Ellsworth High School - Jester Yearbook (Ellsworth, ME)

 - Class of 1950

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THE JESTER 11111 If 1 1111 1 Sin ful II lnrnflf 11115611 Ium EDITORS FOR THE JESTER 1950 Edltor 1n Ch1ef Dana Austm Asslstant Echtor 1n Chlef Ellen Sargent Buslness Manager James Royal Advertlslng Managers James Royal 50 Flora Ryder 50 Jane Moore 51 Eula Thlbodeau 51 Lrterary Ed1tors Mary Brown 50 Lorralne Allen Soclal Edltors Betty Grlffxn 50 Barbara Luce 51 Alumn1 Edltors Maureen Dunleavy 50 Helen Wllbur 51 Exchange Edrtors Robert Phlppen 50 Karen Wllley 51 Ed1tors for Glrls Sports LOUISE Murch 50 Allce Moore 51 Edltors for Boys Sports Robert Phlppen 50 Roland Hrggms :J1 Joke Edltors Maralyn Kane 50 Patrlcla Haynes al Senlor Speclals Edltors Mary Anderson Maralyn Kane Mary Moore Art Edltor Kenneth Sargent 50 Class News Edltors Senlor Joyce Tracy 50 Junlor Al1ce Johnson 51 Sophomore Sarah Anderson 52 Freshman George Davxs 53 Snapshot Page EGIIOTS Laurlce Salsbury 50 Joe Stockbrldge 50 Theresa Leach 50 Wesley Ford 50 TYDISIS tunder the superv1s1on of Mrs Llbbyl Mary Brown 50 Patty Hodgkxns 0 Jeanette Candage 50 Maralyn Kane 50 Betty Grlffm 50 Theresa Leach 50 Adrlenne Mann 50 Copylst Loulse Murch 50 Faculty Adv1ser Ol1ve E Fortzer Edltonal TOLERANCE OF YOLR OWN KIND Tolerance of color race and relxglon has been propounded and preached for years I belleve that young Amer1cans should be only of pigment natlonallty and relxglon These certalnly are important In school however there are other aspects of 1n tolerance It has been Sald that young people are the cruelest to thelr own klnd What about the lndlfference that cllques and 1nd1v1duals show to one another'P Many I1m6S one may not d1sl1ke another but 1nd1lTerence can be an even more torment mv weapon than physlcal cruelty Surely a smlle or frlendly word hurts no one What about the smokers Jeers and laughs at anothers m1stakes'P I know your answer Everyone does It They laugh at me too Ind1v1dual1sm not follow the leader 15 what propels one lnto success Besldes 1f you set an example by not laugh 1ng your frlends wlll notlce and follow your lead Soon no one wlll be embarrassed and confused by laughs at every mlspronuncl atlon and mcorrect answer I do not conslder myself a salnt by any means I dont want to preach but to sug gest to all Beware of unconsclous lntoler ance for you are hurt as well as the v1ct1m of your lndlfference and Jeers Do unto others as you would have others do unto you Joyce Tracy 50 1' f fs' rf 5 fl ' .' lf' .v ll., fl .w ' ' fl., I l ' 'I 111 I l'1llswol'Il1, Nlzlilu-, . - l950 M N . . . -. - . 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Sunday June 11 8 P NI Baccalaureate Clty Hall Plocesslonal Hymn Falth of Oul Fathers Scrlpture Readlng and Prayer Revere d Wllllam K McDonough Vocal Duet Rose of Sharon Jean Partrldffe and Connle Beal l ddress Reverend Robert Slmonton hymn Holy Holy Holy Benedlctlon Reverend Wllllam K McDonough DIFGCIOI Mrs Llbby Wednesday June 14 8 p m Class Day Clty Hall MUSIC Prayer Oscar Remlck Preslde ts Address Oscar Remlck Class HISIOTY Mary Anderson Robert Gould Class Prophecy Maralyn Kane Robert Falvex Class Glfts Betty LaFurley Dana Austln Class lllll Robert Phllbrook Dlrectors Mr Smlth MISS Pearse Thursday June 15 8 p m Commencement Exerelses Theme A Pageant So Proudly We Hall Processlonal Invocatlon Reverend Roaer Hlll Sautatory Glorla P Hodbklns Honor zabeth Anderson Barbara Bovt den laly Bl ovsn Jeanette Candage Gerald Dumas X aledlc oly Speakers Bettv Lou Grlffln Puth Jordan James Royal Kenneth Sareent Toan Whltmore Joyce Tracv Wages Maureen Dllnleavy Mary Moore Other Partlclpants Margorle Patten Loulse Murch Letty LaFurlev Laurlce Sallsbury loan DGWIIL Wesley Ford Dolores MUlCh Colon Smlth Joe Stockblld e Stoly Tellels Bal bara Bovt den Mary Bl on n Conferrln of Dlplomas Harold C Stratton Class Ode Joanne and Lols Whltmore Pecesslonal Dlrectors Mls FOYIIEI MISS Hlnckley Glee Club Dllectol MISS Erva Glles Planlst Eula Thlbodeau Frlday June 16 9 p m Commencement Ball Clty Hall George Flshers Orchestra Motto Flow er Color s Class AdVlSOlS Class Class Class Class Marshals Tomorrow Is Ouls Whlte Rose Green and Whlle Ml Smlth Mrs FOFIIEI Joanne Whltmore LOIS WhlIIUOf6 Malllyn Kane 'l' Il If J lf s 'I' lf If l v A A 4 l , , . l . .. 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' V . ,X E 1 Y , 1 A , 1 1X 1 1 ' g 1: XI.. 1 hx .YF ,J r v w 4 'Y wr! w 4 CONNECTIONS AS THE DOCTOR TO THE SICK SO IS ANDY TO HER DICK AS THE CHILD IS TO THE DOLL SO IS JOANNE TO HER PAUL AS THE WATER TO THE COOLER SO IS BOBBY TO HIS EULA AS THE DOG IS TO THE BONE SO IS PAUL TO HIS JOAN AS THE CARPENTER TO HIS LUMBER SD IS MAUREEN TO HER ELMER AS THE TREE IS TO THE FOREST SO IS BOT TO HER MORRIS AS THE SENTENCE IS TO THE COLON SO IS JOYCE TO HER ROLAND AS THE H OP IS TO THE BARREL SO IS ALICE TO HER CARROLL AS THE DAWN IS TO THE DAY SO IS PAT TO HER RAY I-'S THE TIRE TO THE RIM SO IS LAURICE TO HER JIM AS THE FIRE TO THE LOG SO IS ADRIENNE TO HER DOG AS THE FOOT IS TO THE TOE SO IS ELIZABETH TO HER JOE AS THE DOG IS TO HIS PAL SO IS MARJORIE TO HER HAL AS THE COVER TO THE CAN SO IS PETE TO HER MAN AS THE CHILD IS TO HIS FOLKS SO IS JEANETTE TO HER JOKES AS THE SMELTS ARE TO THE TOLLING SO IS BARBARA TO HER COLON AS THE GROCERIES TO THE CARTON SO IS BETTY LOU TO HER MARTIN AS THE DISHES TO THE SHELF SO IS BETTY LOU lGl TO HER RALPH AS THE DOE IS TO THE FAWN SO IS MIMI TO HER DON AS THE SHOVEL TO THE PICK SO IS ALICE TO HER DICK AS THE SENIOR TO HIS STUDY SO IS LIZ TO HER BUDDY AS THE RED SOX ARE TO BOSTON SO IS MARY TO HER AUSTIN AS THE OYSTER TO THE PEARL SO IS STANLEY TO ANY GIRL AS THE DOG TO THE FLEAS SO IS PATTY TO HER SKIS AS THE COVER TO THE JAR SO IS AUBREY TO HIS OLD CAR AS THE DOVE IS TO ITS COO SO IS PHIP TO HIS SUE AS THE SKATE GOES WITH SKATING SO DOES GLORIA WITH HER DATING AS THE DOCTOR TO THE PILL SO IS LOUISE TO HER WILL AS THE CORN IS TO THE COB SO IS GLORIA TO HER BOB Patr1c1a Fogg 50 Elrzabeth Anderson 0 Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class WHO S WHO Doll Aduenne Mann Model Betty Lou GYIHIII Drummer Whlrlwmd Grant Runt Record Collector Angle Personallty Crooner Typlst Actress Beauty Talker Smlle Heartbreaker Busmessman Athlete Lover Orator Imp Artlst Wolf Bram Chauffeur Hostess Sclentlst Peacemaker Van Johnson Baby Speedster Homemaker Shelk Flrrt Rodney Robbms Betty LaFurley Kelth Whltmore Kenneth Smith Dorothy LIDSCOII JCSSIB Warren Barbara Bowden Bob Gould Patty Hodgklns The Semor Play Cast Maralya Kane Glorla Kane Joe Stockbrldge Mary Moore Oscar Remlck Dana Austm Ralph Moon Bob Gould Joanne Whitmore Kenny Sargent Freddy Mack Jovce Tracy Ph1l Coolrdge Joyce Salsbury Wesley Ford Mr Smrth Bob Falvey Maureen Durmleavy Jeanette Candage Betty Anderson Jrmmy Royal Mmn Bond Ill I. .I LS I Ill! . t ,5 Class Sport .......,....... Mary Anderson 26 and Wendell Ivan and Davld l Il'S'1 VVHAT E H S WILL MISS NEXT YEAR FUNNIES The curtalns bemg tled up ln Room 1 The Red Heads Oscar Remlcks aspxre The 4 Marys The Remlck Gould Royal comblnatlon ln the plays Jim Royals loyalty to the Boston Red Sox Dolores Murch s gum chewmg Betty Lous giggle Joyce Tracys mtellect Adrlennes ab1l1ty to make basketball tlckets Barbara Bowdens smlle Patty Hodgkln s speed lm typmgl Kenny Sargents drawlng abrllty Bobby Phllbrooks trumpet playmg Mary Andersons tardmess The Whltmore trlo Kexth Katherme and Joanne The two palrs of Smlth brothers Colon Mrs Fortler tellmg Stanley Taylor Bob Phlppen and Joe Stockbrldge to turn around and keep still Mrs Llbbys relxable team conslstlng of Mary Brown Jeanette Candage Patty Hodgklns Adrxenne Mann Theresa Leach Betty Grlffln and Pete Kane J Aubreys clownlng The Senlor Engllsh classs tPer 21 loyalty to Mr Smxth and Macbeth Our smllmg beamlng Joyful llttle faces Mary Moore 50 Arnold Foster Betty La Furley and Jeanette Candage Maureen Dunleavy Betty Grlffln Murray Butler Ardlenne Mann Aubrey Davis and Phll Coolldge Joe Mahon Stanley Taylor J1ggS Oscar Remlck T1ll1e Theresa Leach Wesley Ford Wendell Smrth Boots Marllyn Wallace Terry Joe Stockbrldge Dana Austm Plrates Freddy Mack Bob Falvey Dagwood Mutt and Jeff Baby Dumplmg Blondie M1Ck6y Mouse Mlflflle Mouse Katzenjammer Klds Popeye Knobby Walsh Mandrake Snuffy Smlth Buzz Sawyer Roy Rogers George Ray King of the Royal Mounted Kenny Sargent D1x1e Dugan Maralyn Kane Dalsey May Marlanne Bond Chrlsty Flora Ryder D1ck Tracy Gerry Dumas Henry Narda Pug Joyce Tracy Spray Dxana Grandma Lucy Belle Alexls Freckles Jlm Royal Joanne Whxtmore Marjorre Patten Joyce Salsbury Glorla Kane Lols Whltmore Glorla Gordon Walter Wonchoba Maralyn Kane 50 WHAT I LL MISS NEXT YEAR Next year Ill mlss class meetmgs Where talk and laughter relgn Also Ill mlss our assemblies Whlch often resembled a game Ill mlss Room 3 durlng noon hour The kxds and the laughter and fun I ll long for those chats m the coatroom When thls school year IS done Borrowlng combs and crowding for mxrror These th1ngs too I w1l1 mlth And staylng after school mghts To wash boards for Mr Smith Ill m1SS the smlles and the greetmgs As IH the hall we pass But most of all when next year comes Ill mlss my Senior Class Mary Brow n 50 T ll 'I . 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Semors 010 11 Identlflcatlons on Page 30 78 hun? 0 THE ,TESTER I Seniors KNO. 23 Identifications on Page 30 -wc 1 wwf w SENIOR Sh APSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Laurlce Salsbury Demure eh'P Glorla Gordon R1d1ng hlgh Jeanette Candage Goldllocks Jeanette Candage Mary Anderson Mary Moore Betty La Furley Football format1on'P Paul Flrlotte and Joanne Whxtmore Fam1l1ar two some Katherme Wh1tm0F9 You re sweet' Dolores Murch Baby buntmg Stanley Taylor and his first love Jessle Warren Kinda coy'P Paul Jordan The Jordans start base ball young Llz Bartlett Pretty as a plcture SENIOR SNAPSHOT Mother Goose Party Mary Moore Jane Moore Betty Gflffln Dana Austln Play ball' Joe Stockbrldge Patr1c1a Fogg and boy frxend Jessle Warren S1tt1ng pretty Kelth Whltmore Sallor a hoy Betty LaFurley Keep that bottle qulet Barbara Bowden Pretty flowers Mary Brown Sweetly serlous' Paul Jordan See Daddys new car Ralph Moon Want a I'ld69 Alxce Maddocks Why so sad9 Anna Wescott You look llke a l1ttle Dutch g1rl Louxse Murch and her baby doll Marjorxe Patten and Paul Sanborn Baysxders Lo1s Whltmore You must have been a beautlful baby 10 Barbara Bowden and Mary Brown Entwlned Joyce Tracy Not very serlous for a valed1ctor1an Mary Anderson Or IS It a baby doll'J Mary Gllley See my flowers'P Robert Phxppen Our Eagle Scout Oscar Remxck Relaxlng Adrlenne Mann and Joan DeW1tt Plcmckmg Mary Moore The sun IS too brlg ' Joyce Salsbury and her doll Patty Hodgklns pxnk pant1es9 Teresa Leach peek a boo' IDENTIFICATIONS Betty LaFurley and Maureen Dun leavy Gxd dap' IS cold Allce Fox N106 smlle Glorla Kane A wee Scotch 13.5818 Oscar Remlck Move over Mr Graham Charles and Dolores Murch J1uJutsu'P Joanne Whltmore Oscar REm1Ck Mary Moore Ruth Jordan Happy hours Arnold Foster Whats over there'7 Another Mother Goose group lback row! A McDev1tt K Sargent P Coolldge G Bradford P Bradford 4front rown D Austln B LaFurley B Cooper E Strout M Gxlley Joan DeW1tt Shyq Betty Lou Grlffm and Wayne Incog n1to'P Robert Falvey New suxt eh9 T ll lu .I In S 1' In R NO. l ' . , . 12. 1 . ' U - H l 13. . ' y ' U ' 14. . ' ' . ' . 15. ' . . ' ' . 16. ' . . ' ' ' - 17. ' . ' . - ' ' y' ' 18. ' ' . Q ' - 19. . ' ' ht. ' ' 20. . n ' 21. ' - ' ' . ' . ' . 22. - - - . NO. 2 - , 16. - ' - 17. Stanley Taylor. Hurry up! This snow ' ' ' . 18. ' . ' ' . ' . ' ' . 19. ' . ' ' ' . ' - . 20. ' . , . . . ' . 21. . ' ' . . . 22. ' , ' , I' ' l Q 23. . ' . G - y 24. 1 ' ' . 25. ' . . ' ' 26. ' ' . - ' f 27. . ' , . Harrlet S1mmons lr TPST 5.323 I H we ww .L-,W 9'0- Scene from Senlor Three Act Play THE WHOLE TOWNS TALKING Mary Anderson Mary Brown Robert Gould George Ray Oscar Rem1ck Mary Moore James Royal THE WHOLE TOWNS TALKING A three act farce by John Emerson and Anlta Loos was presented November 22 and 46 by the Senlor Class of 1950 Mr Holmes dlrected the play wh1ch was dellghtedly rece1ved by an audlence that declared the play to be the best farce presented by the school 1n ma y years The actlon of the play takes place ln the llvlng room of Mr and Mrs Henry Slm mons of Sandusky, Oh1o Mr Slmmons plots to marry hlS daughter, Ethel, to h1s buslness assoclate, Chester B1nney Mary Anderson Anme Taxl Drlver Henry Slmmons Etheel S1mmons Roger Shlelds Chester B1nney Sally Otis Lxla Wllson Donald Swlft Letty Lythe Sad1e Bloom Mrs Jackson Ruth Jordan Walter Parker Oscar Remxck Mary Brown Robert Gould James Royal Betty Gr1fT1n Barbara Bowden George Ray Mary Moore Maralyn Kane Glorla Hodgklns ONE ACT PLAYS The cast of characters for the Semor one act play The Balcony Scene was as follows Ralph Moon Coloa Smlth Oscar Remlck James Royal Betty LaFurley Glorla Kane Mary Moore and Barbara Bowden It was under the dlrectlon of Mr Edward Holmes The cast of characters for the Junior one act play, 'The Farmers Daughter, or 'Sally and the V1l11an," was as follows Clara Grlndle, Ellen Sargent, James Young, Barbara Luce, Davxd Whlte, and Tyler Carllsle It was an old fash1oned melo drama under the dlrectlon of Mr James A Smxth The cast of characters for the Sophomore one act play, "Two Crooks and a Lady," was as follows Sarah Anderson, Lou1s WIISOH, Suzanne Holmes, D1anne Rxchmond, Paul Bowden, and Raymond Harr1ngton In addltlon Robert Gould dlrected a one act drama entltled 'tWheat F1re" The cast of characters was as follows Robert Gould, Mary Anderson, Lols Whltmore, and George Ray W 7 u 1 TH . . .. 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SIIIIIIIIIQ .XV-IIIIIII 5"IIilI: XIIIKIIIQ II.-III-I-I-II XIII-II I'I.IIIIII-II IIIIII ILIIIXII-III "Il:IIIIII-" I III-IIII I1-I IIIIIIIiIIu IIIIII YI-II JIILI- VIIHNIII: IIIIIIIIII IHIIIII-IIII- IIIII l'I IGII I'II:INIII: IYIIIIII-II X x x N X X I N s X X X N - N x , X 1 N P 0 It d.VOI' g' If 011 S tc 01' 'av If I1 SSIUUS p lx lssnmtes K ll H1 ll V cl X Ill Nl ff ff I f -I S Literary Sectzon FAILURE The test IS over and you have falled It doesnt matter what sort of a test It IS a test of 1ntell1gence or of ab1l1ty you may have trled out for cheerlead1ng or JUHIOI speaklng and falled The 1mportant th1ng to you anyway that you have fa1led You suffered tortures waltlng for the verd1ct Sure the gang fooled around out s1de the doors wa1t1ng and speculat1ng laughlng a llttle too loudly and reassurmg one another Why of course youll make It Jean you re sure to And you say somethfng back denymg lt but hop1ng always Down deep you really thlnk you w1ll be successful but there 1S always that doubt How proud and pleased your mother w1ll be 1f you are but what wlll she say 1f you are not'P Then the door opens and a teacher comes out bflflglllg the fateful papers wxth the 11st You try to get 1n to see the paper and yet you re afrald to look afrald you d1dn t make It Oh Klm you made Jayvees Gee Mary you re on Vars1ty but I knew you would be You look then But you already know the answers for no one has saxd Why Jean you re on Jayvees You look and then leave to go to basket ball practzce Tears form 1n your eyes and you can hardly breathe Your g1rl fr1end asks 1f you made It and you dont thmk that you can speak but somehow you man age to say No She looks at you 1ncred ulously and then goes to look for herself You can see sympathy 1"l her eyes and maybe even tears You Slt down on the gym steps and walt untll lts tlme for you to play You can hear the g1rls who d1d make lt laugh1ng and talk1ng Someone says Its too bad Jean dldnt make lt she s better than a lot of us who d1d Yes they can say that because thev 16 safe and confident sure of themselves and the-xr ab1l1ty You s1t there by yourself thmkmg th1nk1ng of what your mother 1S gomv to say Oh she may not say anythmg but what she w1ll be thlnklng know1ng her c'aughte1 wasn good enou h And there you Slf wallowmg 1n self p1ty tears ove1 flowmg So you run to the dressmg room and start to change your clothes Judy your g1rl fr1end comes ID She doesnt say anythlng to you but just stands there pretendmg to be comb1ng her ha1r Other g1rls come ID talk1ng excltedly and you pretend to be engrossed IH tylng your shoe lace A tear tr1ckles down but you dont care The 1m portant th1 g lS to get out of here and you leave as qulckly as you can for home where you can find comfort You step out 1nto the cold dark nlght Snow LS falllng and the flakes a l1ttle l1ke gentle teardrops splash agalnst your face as you walk down the h1ll Ann McGraw 51 THE FIRST TRY There had been much suffermg 1n the Mart1n household Kathy Mart1n had de clared that she could sta d no more Clay and she had planned to stay home and watch Mllton Berle but perce1v1ng Clays sufferlng and annoyed by the same exas perat1on she felt Justlfied 1n fleemg the house accompan1ed by her boy fr1end To her surpr1sed parents she declared Hon estly I cant stand any more Not even M11tOD Berle can keep me here tomght Her parents were aghast From Kathy a rabld Berle fan th1s was furlous Only somethlng really horr1ble could dr1ve her from the Berle Texaco Theater Suddenly the twms came 1nto the room Mom' Dad' We just can not sleep We know we were naughty but even that offense doesnt rate th1s pu ushment Th1S ISUK vou1 pumshment k1ds You may not th1nk so We do Why well even help w1th the housework to morrow 1f you w1ll stop that . . . , . , 'I ll lu .I lu. T lu lt O 0 7 ' R w L D . . ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' 't ' g . . v . A . . Y . Y V. K . - . , ,- is - 1 -e ' . ' . ' ' - A . t 0 , ' ' ' ' . L . , it 7 ' . . . X 7 I 7 , ,, . . V 3 y . , . . - . 'fl ' , ' 1 y 1 . . . . 5 ' ' S , Y ' " l of names. Immediately, she is surrounded. , , . . . , 7 H ' H Y 7 ' ' ' v 1 1 ' ' - Y! ' . U K4 7 7 ! ! , ' . ' ' Y v H Y Y 5 1 - - ' sn . . , . , " , 1 ' ' ' n M H ' ' 7 ' - 1 . , A V v ' I . , , . " ' A ' , ' ' ' U . . l . , , ' na 7 ' ' , v - ,,- sv ' 7 ' . Y A . . Y, Y an ' ' Y , ' ' H Y v Y v' v v ' ' ' ' ' .. , ' , .' -1 0 .A Thls declaratlon from Pa and Pete really amazed thelr paren s The twlns hated You ewo k and had of en devs d dlvers mgemous me hods to escape lt Grandfather had s omped out of the house declarln tha he was gomv for a walk Gra dfa hel had never b fore left the house for a walk when the new HLNT IlNG WIANLAL had arrlved the same after Poon The dog howled Th cat Jomed hls wlth a few mournfu sounds of her Then they dlsappealed FIYSI Kathy th n the twms then now even the cat and do wlthout cmnex Look the nelghooxs are rushm lrom thelr houses I can t stand any more SODU OWU Dad thelr Yes Dad" A young boy appeared hold mg a V1OllI'l on wh ch h was playmg for the first tlme Joyce Tracy Q0 WHAT I DO LIKE ABOUT BOYS Boys' Boys' Thats all you hear about these days All Olrls thmk about 1S boys mcludmg myself But my ldea of a boy 15 much dlfferent from other UIIIS ldeas I dont care 1f the boy IS poute gentle or lcvmg I dont care a blt the rough tough boys are the o es for me' I seem to have more fun that way Most glrls go to the movles wlth boys Just to hold thelr hands Not me though' I o to see what other g1rls boys are there so I can Hlrt wlth them By pollte boys I m rr any boys ln Ellsworth or the boys here are re v ays beatmg you up plnchmg you or some thmg but that always provldes an excuse for talkm to you The boys are the most mterestmg sex to glrls Vlsa versa wlth the bovs not talkmg about H1 h School Most ular cave men al Ellle Kane rDea1 Ellle How many sexes do you thmk the1e are" E M H Edltor 1 A TRIBLTE TO MY FAVORITE FOOD It was eve mg at Buckmgham Palace and the royal banquet was Just breaklng up The kmg sat back con tentedly as the dmner guests began fll1IlU past h1m out of the hall The Crown Prmce of Asmanla sm1l1ng happlly paused by the throne and re marked Well Your HIUIIUGSS that cer tal ly was a wonderful dmner and that Lnusual dlsh your cook prepared was excellent' The Ambassador to Flnland paused by the k1ng and Sald Thank you Your Hlgh ness for that wonderful meal' And so one by one the guests filed out ll addlng trlbutes to the royal cooks nasterplece When the guests had left the kmg turned to hrs cook and sa1d Well Andre 1t was a success' We must have a meal of those U S Army surplus powdered eggs agam John Hawkes 00 Poet s Corner A BOOK A book lS llke a golden key to me Unlockmg treasures hldden from my v1ew Or l1ke a mlrror whereln I may see Famlhar scenes from angles brlght and new A book glves access to IDS wrlters heart For he reflects hxmself on every page So thus I may rel1ve m some small part The thrxlls and trlumphs of a by gone age A gentle antldote for stress or care A stlmulant when dullness rules each day A maglc carpet bound for anywhere My whlmsy or my W1Sh may b1d It stray A book IS many th1ngs to many men Though but one thought may leave the authors pen Ellen Sargent 51 FOR THOU ART WITH ME We re all the same from God s v1ew poxnt So th1nk' Who are you to say Whether a man IS rlght or wrong If he worshlps a dlfferent way'P Whether you re good or bad IS not Determmed by color of face lf asked what klnd of man you are I belong to the Human Race Ellen Sargent 51 Jo V1 1 1 1 rw v .3 I ll lu .I lu S I lu lt I I ' , I . 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I , I S WE HOME EC GIRLS Well mmded are we Home Ec Ulrls We never cause a r1ot The teacher never must say hush Or tell us to be qulet She says vxe re very vsell behaved And qulet as can be We never speak less spoken to And never get an E We always know the answers of The questlons ln a test And when theres studylng to do We never sxt and rest We re always up and on the ball And ready for a QUIZ We know em all from A to Z At answers we re a wh1z Th1S ends my llttle dltty of Us Home Ec g1rls you see A class as well behaved as th1s Belongs ln hlstory Joanne Whltmore 50 THE PATH OF LIFE days? The path of l1fe can be compared to these The leaves l1ke us have l1ved and passed away Because they could not stand agalnst falls breeze But then the grass 1tS roots wlth food vt1ll Upon wh1ch It can feed through W1nters str1fe Unt1l agaln Mlss Sprlng sweeps oer that h1 And breathes mto the sod more zest for l1fe Oh God that vue hke the WISE grass could All through the happy summer months of youth That vte vsould flll our souls w1th deeds of Thee And not forget Thy vtay IS hfe and truth That vthen the dark day of l1fe s fall IS done We may l1ve on as men of battles vson Oscar RBYDICK oO DEATH OF A DEER he stood upon the h1ll so proud and stralght FIS antlers pomted up tovt ard the sky Hls head upheld he knevt not of his fate And so he watched the other deer run by He turned his head to 11sten to a sound Not knowmg there vtere human bemgs near He stepped ahead for fear of bemg found And then the shot rang out so loud and clear The bullet struck upon h1s clean vxhlte breast He staggered for a moment ere he fled The pam was great and so he stopped to res Then he fell down on h1s slde and lay there dead I ve wondered slnce I saw hlm 11e there stlll How any man can see a deer and k1ll'J Joanne Whxtmore 50 OUR CHRISTMAS TREE Green as we suppose Er1n to be W1th a lofty SDIYC reaching toward the celhng Garbed wlth strxngs of popcorn colored red yellow and blue Laced w1th multl colored t1nsel Over Wh1Ch s1lver 1c1cles Hangxng dr1pp1ng turnmg Catch the gleam of the bubbly hghts On whose splny hmbs and fW1gS Are t1ed by pleces of red yarn the hoarded ornaments Fragxle balls red blue s1lver Burned out Chrlstmas llghts of various shapes a d SIZES Chrlstmas presents plled around lts cotton covered base And oer looklng all W1th vtmgs outstretched The angel ThlS IS the farevs ell Slghl on Chr1stmas Eve The vtelcommg vxevt on Chrlstmas mornmg Joyce Tracv 50 T H 'I -I li .' T111 If ' ' V ' - oi y . . 2 . I v . ' V 7 I 7 , , , . 7 , l V ! Y , . , . , . ' 5, Y . ' v Oh, what can be compared to autumn's Our Chl'iSlm3S Tree . , , 7 ' Y , , 1 1 - 1 Q . . Y. y fill, l , ' ' , l , 1 . 1 , X ' , 'll . . 1 I ! Y I 1 v 7 . ' - be D . Q Q , . . 3 U 7 ' I ' ' l v ' ' , . ,- , 36 SERVICE GROUP s U M L Lchned J Candage S Ha vey B Luce Back Of! U. g, Ili L 'G .Q .bd ..a .., ..a ..a -D O O ff Z1 vu Lba ans44J J R id GL , . S C-1 -r ": 'i-1 'irlq . i l, . ', . 1' , . . Fourth Row: Librarians H4 D. Maddocks, A. Moon, N. Candage, F. Ryder, Mrs. Fortierg OtTice girls - P. Hodgkins, L. Murch, B. Bowden, E. S rou . Mrs. Libby: Bank Tellers 4 D. Richmond. A. McGraw, R. Carter. J, Stoc ri ge. Third Row: Librarians 4- M. Pat en, E. Lobley, J. Moore. A. Moore, OITice girls - M. Bond, M. Brown. B. Griffin, A. Mann, Bank Tellers 4 J. ParLridge. N. Rowell, B. LaFur1ey. D. Salisbury, Mr. Johnston. S -or c ': i r. ri . . Tr cy, H. Wilbur, E. Ander. n, P. F gf: News repor ers A J. Knight. Miss Pearse. L. Whil- moreg Bank Tellers 4 N. Forbis, J. Ingersoll, P. Anderson, E. Forni. S, Anderson. Front Row: Librarians - W, Dudley, C. Falls, L. Wilbur, M. Gilleyg News reporters - J. Havey, 1David White absent when icture was Lakenvg Bank Tellers 3 H. Hodgkins, J. De Garibody, J. Edgerly. CL ASSEMBLY CLUB Members of the Assembly Club under the drrectron of Mrss Pearse and Mr Jellrson held therr rnrtral meeetrng of the school year September 14 Srxty one members en rolled rn the club and the followrng were elected offrcers Presrdent Oscar Remrck vrce presrdent Mary Anderson secretary Barbara Bowden treasurer Lourse Murch Commrttees were chosen to plan each assembly Mr Henry G Perkrns superrntendent of schools spoke at the first assembly rn September In October the club sponsored a style show rn whrch the followrng took part Eula Thrbodeau Ann McGraw Mar Jorre Lrnscott Shrrley Lrtchfleld Ellen Sar gent Karen Wrlley Lorrarne Allen Elorse Kane Marranne Bond Mary Lrtchiield Drane Rrchmond and Betty LaFurley The December assembly featured a Chrrstmas program and rn January the members presented a short play entrtled Barbara Bowden 50 THE SCHOOL LIBRARY Grrls of all four hrgh school classes took charge of crrculatron thrs year rn the lr brary of Ellsworth Hrgh School under the drrectron of Mrs Fortrer They were Drane Rrchmond Helen Wrlbur Carol Falls Wm rre Dudley Elrzabeth Anderson Patrrcra Fogg Lourse Murch Flora Ryder Lesley W1lbur Erdrne Moon Donna Maddocks Alrce Moore Laura Edwards Jane Moore Marjorre Patten Nancy Candage Betty Grrffrn and Joyce Tracy Among new books added to the lrbrary were the followrng The Man Vlrthout a Country Cry of the Beloved Country The Mutmeers The Greatest Story Ever Told Olrver Twist Tales from Shakespeare The Story of Our Trme Father Flannagan of Boys Town West of the Hrll Bride of For tune Especrally Father The Runnmg Thread Cannon Hrll Flower Encyclopedia Vt ebster s Geographrcal Encyclopedra Evervwhere I Roam The Vlhrte Saul and Hoyts New Encyclopedia Subscrrptrons were marntarned for Lrfe Trme Saturday Evenmg Post National Geographic Sports Afield Hvgera tall forma Banking Ladres Home Journal Ser ence Drgest Semor Scholastic The Amen can Home Readers Drgest Student Lrfe The Natrons Business Holrday Good Housekeeping and the Bangor Dallv News Joyce Tracy 0 JL NIOR SPEAKING FXHIBITIOV The Junror speakers chosen for the finals thrs year were Marjorre L1 scott Barbara Dwyer Ann McGraw Ellen Sargent Mary Lrtchfield Rrchard Carter James Young Davrd Whrte Deale Salrsbury and Tyler Carlrsle The finals were held on the twenty thrrd of March The program was as follows Commencement Sarah Wrnter Kellogg MARJORIE I INSCOTT The Rabblts Left Hrnd Foot Calhoun Phelps RICHARD CARTER Nocturne Leota Hulsa Black BARBARA DWYER Ropes Stanford Clrnton JAMES YOUNG The Lrttlest Rebel Edward Peple ANN MCGRAW Exrt The Brg Bad Wolf Luella McMahon DAVID WHITE The Convrct s Srlrloquy E H Trafton ELLEN SARGENT lV'rs Schnrchelefrrtz Und Der Four O Clock Trarn Gracra Stayton DEALE SALISBURY The Soul of the Vrolrn Margaret Mantel Merrrll MARY LITCHFIELD Afrard of the Dark Wrllram E Callahan TYLER CARLISLE The Judge was Mrs Arthur T Stevens Instructor of Speech at the U rversrty of Marne The wrnners were Mary Lrtchfield Ann McGraw Davrd Whrte and Tvler Carlrsle Davrd Whrre and Marv Lrtchiield wrll compete rn the annual speakrng contest at the Unrversrty of Marne w hrle Ann McGraw and Tyler Carlrsle wrll speak rn the Spear Contest The school extends congratularrons to Robert Gould who won nrsr prrze rn the strrous drrrsron at the Unrversrtv of Marne last year Tlll' ll" "'l'l' , - .bl '. r 9 n ' , . . . v v v v , , 5 1 , . - - 'a . , . . , v , , , , A J A ' . 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Q. . , l Q 7 sf I I ' 1 '- IX1 Y ' , , l ' ST DEBATE CLUB NEWS For the first tlme rn ns hrstory Ellsworth Hgh School made an rmportant showlng 111 a State Debate Tourney At Bates Col lege the teams partlcrpated 1n three rounds of debates as follows In the afternoon rou d of the semr finals the Negatlve Team defeated Phlllrps Hlgh School by a 3 0 declslon Sarah Anderson was best speaker The AfT1rmat1ve Team defeated Sanford Hlgh School 2 1 Ellen Sargent was judged best speaker In the evenlng round the Negatxve Team lost to Edward Lrttle Hlgh of Auburn The Afflrmatlve defeated South Portland by a " 1 declslon Thls entltled Ellsworth to partlclpate ln the nnals on Apr1l 15 The result of the Hnals placed Ellsworth 1n thlrd place be l'1nd Edward Llttle second and Portland Hlgh first The E H S Debate Club opened rts sea son this year wlth three Aff1rmat1ve and two Negatlve Teams debatlng on the ques Ilmted States should be elected by dlrect tote of the people The Afflrmatlve Team conslsted of Ellen S rgent and A ne McGraw Oscar Remrck nd Barbara Dwyer who won thelr only debate Barbara Dwyer be1n0 best speaker and Davld Whrte and Deale Salrsbury who won three P V C debates Deale Salrsbury was judged best speaker tw1ce The two Negative Teams conslsted of Sarah Ander son and Tony Saunders Rlchard Carter and W1lber Saundels who accounted for ore wm 1n the P V C Tourney In the first round of the Bates League the N6gal1V9 Team conslstlng of Sarah Ander son and Barbara Dwyer defeated the Brewer Afflrmatlve Team Sarah Anderson was judged best speaker In the second round Ellen Sargent and Anne McGraw defeated the Bar Harbor Negatlve by a 3 0 dec1s1on Ellen Sargent was best speaker Th1s entitled our club to send these wlnners to Bates College Lew lston where they competed 1n the semi finals of the Bates League Sarah Anderson 52 U STL DENT COUNCIL NEWS Barbara Luce was elected Vlce Presldent o the State organrzatlon of student councils at the conference held at Augusta The OITICSYS elected by the student body v ere as follows Presxdent Kenneth Sargent V1ce Presldent Roland H1gg1ns Secretary Betty La Furley Treasurer Betty Lou Grlffln Mr Luce our prlncrpal was agaln advlser of the counc1l The home room represent atlves were Semors Colon Smlth Mary Brown Junlors Eula Thlbodeau Barbara Luce Sophomores W1ll1am Smrth Betty Harrlman Freshmen Nancy Rowell Had lcy Jordan The Student Assoclatlon purchased a new projector so we now have movles every Thursday for the entertarnment of the lunch students Barbara Luce Kenneth Sargent Nancy Rowell and Wllllam Smlth represented the blgh school at the State Councll Meet1ng lseld at Augusta December 20 THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Natlonal Honor Soclety met with Mrs Fortler as advlser ln October 1949 and elected the followmg offrcers presldent James Royal v1ce presldent Oscar Remlck secretary Mary Brown treasurer Kenneth Sargent In March 1950 a seml annual electron of offrcers was held whrch was as follows presldent Kenneth Sargent v1ce presldent James Royal secretary Mary Brown treasurer Oscar Remrck At an assembly held on March 21 1950 thlrteerr s udents were capped as new mem bers of the Natlonal Honor Society They were Senlors Barbara Bowden Betty GrxfT1n Patrlcla Hodgklns Loulse Murch Mary Moore Joyce Tracy Colon Smith George Ray Junlors Mary Lltchfleld Ann McGraw Edna Strout Barbara Luce and Rlchard Carter Mr Luce was capped as an honorary member from the Faculty An 1n1t1at1on of the new members was held rn Apr1l 1950 Mary Brown 50 Secretary 'l' ll Ii .J li li H . 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'D ' ' 1 '-11. , I THE COVIMERCIAL CLLB The Commercral Club held rts first meet mg October 19 1849 and elected offrcers as follows Presrdent Jeanette Candage vrce presrdent Maralyn Ka e secretary Mary Brown treasurer Theresa Leach program commrttee Betty Grrffrn and Sharon Har ey membershrp commrttee Patty Hode kms Adrrenne Mann and Barbara Bow den publrcrty commrttee Edna Strout November 8 the club mstalled thrrteen rew members from the first year shorthand class They were Barbara Bowden Rosalre Carter Lee Gray Clara Grr dle Sharon Harvey Alrce Johnson Sylvra N1ckerson Olrvra Prnkham Edna Strout Patrrcra Tracy Constance Wallon Helen Wrlbur and Lo1s Whrtmore The annual Chrrstmas party was held December 15 at Mrs Lrbbys house Grfts were exchanged and refreshments served In January the club went up to Lors Whrt mores for an rce skatr g party Bames were played and refreshments enjoyed On March 17 a pajama party was held at comed a new member Beatrrce Walker mto the club To rarse funds for our sewrng project the club made and sold fudge at noon durrng the wrnter months Frve grrls worked on an afghan four grrls on a qurlt top whrle the other members worked on rndrvrdual fancywork The club was also actrve rn collectrng used Chrrstmas cards whrch were sent to the Destltute Chrldrens Hosprtal rn Chr cago The chrldren used these cards to make scrapbooks When the year book went to press plans were berng made for the annual spr1ng prcnrc Mary Brown Secretary FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Ellsworth Chapter of the F H A started the year by 1n1t1at1on of the fresh man members The rnrtratron was held Apr1l first and all new members were dressed as homemakers for the day The receptron was held at the hrgh school Durrng May we attended the State Con ventron held rn Prttsfreld at the Marne Cen t al Instrtute we went on a prcnrc and came back to school for rns allatron of the rew offrcers The offrcers were rrs alled by Presrdent Betty Johnson and are as follows Eleanor Mutanen Constance Wallon Beatrrce Walker Lurcrlle Kemp Lorrarne Ler hton MHIIOD Mutanen Patrrcra Campbell Wrnnre Dudley Presrdent Vrce Presrden S cretary Treasurer Parlramentarra Song Leader Hrstorran News Reporter In November we were entertarned at tea by Mrs Savrgnano and before the Chrrst mas season we took orders and made Chrrstmas corsaffes We entertarned he Hreh School faculty at a covered drsh supper rn Ja uarv and sponsored the Junror Red Cross for the year 1949 00 We gave a surprrse shower February 15 for Mrs Savrgnano Wrnnre Dudley RED CROSS The Future Honremakers of Amerrca sponsored the Ame rcan Jun or Red Cross thrs year under a representatrve councrl A member was chosen from each room as follows Alrce Fox room 1 Alrce Moore room 2 Laurrce Salsbury room 3 Paul Bow den room 4 Lours Wrlson room 7 Shrrley Lrtchfleld Audrtorrum Hadley Jor dan and Jasper Kane Studv Hall The group met wr h the FHA members a d elected as olfrc rs G raldrne Carter presrdent Mary Grlley vrce presrdent Pa trrcra Campbell secretary and Leah Sals bury treasurer The followrng projects were planned by the program commrttee 1 Makrng an fghan 2 Makrng washcloths 3 Grft boxes 4 Favors for the Togus veterans Albums The enrollmen of the s udents of Ells worth Hreh School rn the Junror Red Cross rs one hundred per cent At Chrrstmas trme the H1 h School Jun ror Red Cro s chapter made Chrrstmas prns tc sell Patrrcra Campbell a2 T H C .I li S T li H V V, ' 4- . - Q A ' ' e - 1 . 1 - , I 5. . . 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'50 'I 4.1 'I' ll IC .I l'1S'l'lC ll ldentxflcatlons on Page 4:1 -I-L Y ARSITY CLLB The Varsrty Club was formed thrs vear under the drrectron of Mr Savrvnano The only qualrficatron for enterrnff the club rs to be a letter wrnner rn anv varsrty sport The followrnv members were elected Offl cers presrdent Colon Smrth Vrce presr dent Kenneth Sargent secretary Dana Austrn and treasurer Roland Hrgvrns The mam project of thrs club rs to grve an award to the senror boy most outsta drng rr athletrcs Thrs year the Varsrty Club has sponsored a slergh rrde and a scavenger hunt W rntend to sponsor more actrvrtres before June Dana Austrn secretary LAST VVORDS Its grand to be young and be full of joy But I d rather be loved by a fi e voung boy For fun wrll come but soon wrll go Whrle love stays on to lrnger and grow It s all very well to be merry and gay But ave wrll brrnff the sorrowful day When free l1fe rs over your fun cut short And you find that love s not easrly bought So have your fun whenever you can But always keep your love And when you dre your frrends wrll say She loved to lrve and lrved to love Ellen Sargent 51 SCIENCE CLLB The Scrence Club started thrs vear wrth twenty members to w hrch twenty four new members have been added thus rvrne us a total of forty four members An rnrtratron of the new members was held They cer tarnlv were odd lookrng specrmens wrth srgns around therr necks carrots hanvrnff from thelr ears and wearrng clothes of clashrn colors The .followr offrcers wert elected for thrs year Presrdent Kenneth Sargent Vrce Presrdent Dana Austrn Treasurer Lourse Murch Secretary Ellen Sargent A charter and some membershrp cards rave been sent for and the constrtutron has of the club worked farthfully orr varrous projects whlch were entered rn the Scrence Farr at Orono March 2:1 At thrs farr John Hrggrns and Walter Parker were named as alternates rn the drvrsron of physrcs Therr project was an amateur radro statron Ellen Sargent :rl VARSITY CLUB Fourth Row P Flrlotte H Jordan J Hrffgrns L Wrlson Thrrd Row J Frrlotte G Lyons H Jones W Smrth J Taylor E Maddocks Second Row R Boynton R Wescott R Falvey S Taylor J Mahon R Phrppen Mr Savrgnano Frrst Row F Mack J Royal R Hrggrns C Smrth D Austrn K Sarge t R Gould R Smrth SCIENCE CLUB Center Back L Salsbury D Salrsbury B Luce J Hrggrns E Thrbodeau Thrrd Row M Murphy R Holmes R Wessel L Langrlle M Lrtchfreld A Mc Graw D Rrchmond J Moore L Wrlley Second Row W Dudley C Falls H Lounder J Ingersoll D Jones N Forbrs S Lrtchfield B Whrtmore B Grant Mr Savrgnano Frrst Row J Royal W Parker E Sargent K Sargent D Austrn L Murch C Smrth R Phrlbrook 'l' ll li .I li S 'l' li It ' A I .5 . 4 v . 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A , . , 45 THE .TESTER alla School Snapshot Idcntifications Page 47 SOCIAL EW EN TS Well hello Betty' I havent seen you slnce the Graduat1o1 Ball Have you been lravlng fun th1s summer" You have' Im glad to hear that you can work and SI111 have fun at the same t1me You know Betty I was wondermff the o her n1ght Just how much a sen1o1 rememb rs of hlS last year 1n h1gh school I can remember some of the small 1nc1dents and also some of the b1g events at the beg1nn1 of the year but as for the last part of 1t I was study1ng too hard for finals to th1nk much about what yas happen1ng I know Barb Lets try to recall some of the thlngs that happened and let other people 1n on what the b1g events of E H S were last year Betty do you remember the first week that the freshmen were at E H S 'J They were forever gomg to the wrong classes On September 3 the freshmen were 1n1t1ated and the same n1ght the sophomores gave them the annual recept1on at the c1ty hall The next thmg that I recall at the mo ment IS our first football game of the sea son We played Bar Harbor and brother' was that a rough ame for the flrst one of the season Two of the boys were hurt The Iirst soclal of the year was sponsored by the Semor Class Oh yes now I remem ber It was a Harvest Soclal and a success am I flghtq True enough Barb and I can remember exactly what happened on October 19 We got out of school fifteen m1nutes late be cause we 1ns1sted on s1ng1n1, populal songs longer than we were supposed to at the assembly November 22 the semors presented the senlor three act play The Whole Towns Talkmg It was a blg success and the cast SCHOOL SNAPSHOT J Partr1d e S Holmes S Kane P Haynes K W1lley T Dorgan L Allen E Cottle P Llnscott R de Garlbody B Walke1 Mr Holmes J Carter P Campbell C Falls L Salsbury C Mefflll J Partudge Mrs Fort1e1 nad a repeat performance the followmg Sa urday wht Gee' Thls IS fun Betty The first basketball game of th season was wlth Orono on December 2 and we won The boys all played well that n1ght The next 1nc1dent I remember well for IE was the much ne d d Chrlstmas vaca t on We had f1om December 16 to January 3 to rest afte1 fifteen long weeeks of studymg Oh' my goodness Balb' We almost forgot to say that the Commerclal Club glrls were so good that Santa h1mself was t the1r Chr1stmas party and gave out the prese ts Thats r1ght Also durmg vacat1on Dana Aust1n and Mary Anderson were crowned klng and queen at the Snow Ball Dur1ng January and February there wasnt much exc1tement at E H S other than the weekly basketball games and the d1fTere t club partles except of course the b g gr1nd at m d year exams March 21 the new members of the Na tlonal Honor SOCIGIY were capped at the assembly Dr Arthur Hauck presldent of the Un1vers1ty of Mame speak1ng on fur ther educat1on was guest speaker at that assembly The Jun1or Speakmg Exh1b1t1on was held at the C1ty Hall March 23 The Jun1or Prom took place May 12 The next blg soc1al event of the year was the presentat1o1 of one act plays by the three upper classes Ill take over from here Barb for I clearly remember graduatlon week It be gan June 11 wlth the Baccalaureate Serv ICC Class PICHIC June 12 Class Day June 14 Graduat1on June 15 and the Grad uatxon Ball June 16 Betty Gr1ff1n 90 Barbala Luce ol IDENTIFICATIONS ELLSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL M Hanson J Butler Mlss Pearse MISS H1nckley E Mutanen L Kemp C Wallon L Le1Uhton Brrr' J W1lley K W1lley Ml Savlgnano vw 1 I I1 1 rlw I1 I, 1 4 . . 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CLASS OF 1951 O VJ V .E N 13 P: d 'II GJ O E E D Wh te B Byard A Young R Hg,g ns R Haze thy s e G Lyons 1 Rcvs R Carter A McDev LL J Young T Car O S Ltchfied M Fox 8 Ca Dwyer C B EH LA trout S E ng y L Hardl ph U KW eyMM 3 SS .CZ 3 me 'B li 15 5 3305 :A E-1 1 S edCW1 C1 L M HIGH Oy RB H116 EK Th bodeau E rgent ESa arvey H S Carter R Y on G eco lc Row Q E-' u QA it .sc Z ities A K1c'1d G TS21 P Moon J Somers sL Rovy R Wescot R Homes R Wesse M Bradbury N Tay or H Archer qi .,.. 2 ' A ' E A ? ' CD '-4 Q M O . , ' Sf , -- ' 35 5 ,A C: Q-4 O ,,.. ' ... E A . 3: S 6 ... 2 . Cf ' H ' GJ , C, - , ca +5 , gj2 Chi ' . . 6- . -1: - , In , ' gi OS 5 4 , . . Qi . .4-3 0,1 U3 's EE - . -H . U1 K . r' H '3 Qc: .34 ' '59 . A Q2 ... , Q ' ef. H ' ,Q '- va .EE - gg! , . , Fifi . ' ,J '42 M ' H gi , . cg ' ' :Q A M ' tn, . C -12 9,23 - Ei d QEJ: ,3 .v-'11,-.9 3 13 U 'Sara ' E594 -ani Q-:fd . -,J 5 m ,E:.J E..-. eu-5305 .H .5522 Sin 1-5:43 t 'v-I , Eu- v:.Cmg . 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" 2: Z '53 '- gqw 3 .3 . 1. cuff. .C .ZZ OFM In CO In I' IIST JUNIOR CLASS NEWS The Class of 51 entered the doors of E H S IH September wlth an enrollment of 73 Jolly Jumors After the home rooms were asslgned we found that we were to be m the Audltorlum w1th Mr Holmes as advlser or ln Room 2 wlth MISS Hmckley as adv1ser Class offlcers chosen were as follows Elolse Kane pres1dent Russell Boynton v1ce presldent Eula Thlbodeau secretary and Ellen Sargent treasurer Represent atlves to the Stude t Councll were Barbara Luce and Eula Thlbodeau Our class has representatlves on the var s ty and J V basketball teams fboth glrls and boysr on the baseball softball foot ball track and debatlng teams rn varslty and J V cheerlead1ng squads and 1n many of the schools clubs In a meetmg of the class we chose as our class colors blue and sllver Four Junlor class members were chosen by the class to represe t us as candldates for the U and I Club electlon of snow kmg and queen They were Mary Lltchfleld Joan W1lley Roland H1gg1ns and Jerry Lyons Junlor class members to recelve the1r sweaters th1s year were Mary Lltchiield Patr1c1a Haynes and Barbara Luce Allce Johnson 51 THE FIRE At once a frlend and foe IS fire to men A comfort or a curse as fortune wxlls A half tamed beast lt b1dBS 1ts chance and then Sprmgs flercely forth wrth danger laden thrrlls Yet safely chalned xt meekly powers the m1l1s Wherern the products of WISE lndustry Are fashloned to a1lev1ate our 1lls And brrghten our dull days w1th luxury It seems a most uneasy certamty That men w1ll careless grow and soon relax Only to find the monster has slxpped free To y1eld 1ts searlng bloody axe Upon my hearth I curb 1ts gentle glow Thereby both vtarmth and pleasure I may know Ellen Sargent 51 SOPHOMORE CLASS NEWS The sophomore class wxth a total mem bershlp of 96 was d1v1ded 1nto three home rooms th1s year Room 4 w1th Mrs Llbby Room 7 with Mr Jelllson and the Labora tory wxth Mr Sav1gnano The class ad vlsers were Mlss Pearse and Mr Jelllson The offxcers elected at the first of the year were Presldent Ronald Jordan v1ce presldent Elxzabeth Harrlman secretary Jean Partrldge treasurer Conrue Merr1ll 'Ihe representatlves to the student counc1l vtere Ellzabeth Harrlman and William Smrth The class rmgs were chosen by John Tay lor Ronald Br1ggs Conn1e Merr1ll Jean Partrldge and Dorothy Jones was held at the c1ty hall Charles Kelsor acted as master of ceremonles The plan nmg commlttee members were Suzanne Holmes Jean Partrldge John Taylor W1l 11am Smlth Jack Dunleavy Lols Nlckerson Dorothy Jones and James Havey The sophomore class came ln second ln the sale of merchant tlckets whlch were drawn at the Fall Frolrc We had a grab bag booth w1th the followmg ln charge Ronald Brlggs Rlchard Carr Sarah Ander son Suzanne Holmes Ellzabeth Harrlman Jean Partrldge Lols Sprague and Conn1e Merr1ll Many members of our class part1c1pated ln sports Specxal mentlon goes to Paul Frrlotte who won the state champronshlp rn the cross country meet last fall Paul came 1r1 second at the New England meet at Con nectlcut We are very proud of Paul who 1S an outstandlng member of our class Patr1c1a Lmscott and John Taylor were chosen to represent the sophomore class for the t1tle of snow kmg and queen ln the annual snow festlval sponsored by the U and I Club Sarah M Anderson 52 49 T H I . 'I .' E R ,, . . , ' , : ' . ' , , Y V . . . - . , . y . 3 y I , Y 3 . - Q y Q . . . ' , , , . W . 3 , .' ' . .. 1 Y . . . . G . , . A v - . , , , - . . D 7 7 Y ! ' . In September the Freshman Reception ! ' I . ! . 1 1 . - , 3 , . . . . . . . , , , 5 7 , 7 ' ' 7 ' , . . . . l , . , - . . . ' ', Y I ' , 1 Y . I y , - Y I S L . ! 5 ' 9 P TPST all CLASS OF 1952 J Rfmk 1 LL S Young H Bradbu y P L msc ngs J Bohn S Homes Seve mm Row D Wh tmore L Sa sbury D Douse J B C P Bunker R Jordan J Hgg ms R Cough 62 B E af Co D ch C Mur ks OC add PM D Wonchoba JUSOH Jo G 'C 'U III Ande son S PY W L 6 nd Y SLPG FO HF SF rch EA H dw OO MG HSS Jo D OOD EM acy eJM Of htm BW Le Co E OW R I ft F Pu 0 S-4 O O V2 an D4 2 F r Ingerso C MacDo1'1d J hom J n L W son e M Mutanen L Leg n R Harr ngto r Wh tmo Bowde body S otte P d Gar R ennett MacDona d Y ra N V JO k H C PFI' RB cde-9 I O 'B In L Nckerson M BGa1 C Merr dge LI' J Par an H1 ff H2. B Campbe d R Jordan P N L4 xx GJ CD Q G E N Ogg UD OA V1 53 3 cu In I . 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"Jn SE 42323532 'Q w.'E-Bows: 5 J- PDU -'SSE ,,M3-g72S?2E . p , . 5.5 E2 Q29-SQ .H H 5-no :H gaut ogamvigc 'Ori -132.40 ,023-OO 'Hr-'Of E,-.Er-EZ-5 mm H J: Q: T3 C 4A Q " 5 -2 E3 sn .5 .- O .C Q .S U2 I-4 U1 In S Lnscott R Sa sblry H th Sm W ah Jord R J Dun eavy IE odgk ns H Moo D Young J H TT Ca .C 13 O Du FRESHNIAN CLASS NEWS School started rn September w1th a class of O18 hundred and three All freshmen were worried about the 1n1t1at1on Some of the thrngs we had to wear were as follows for the glrls rrbbons around thelr necks Wlth a potato attached a mans hat on backward a mans sh1rt on backward no nake up dungarees and odd shoes and stockmgs The boys had to w ear earrrngs 1lDSLlCk rbbon around neck wrth comb attached ladys blouse on backward burlap bag over clungarees tred wlth rope dunffarees tucked up under bu lap and odd shoes and stock mgs Class offlcers Presrdent Peter Allen V1ce Presrdent Peggy Royal Treasurer Bobby Smlth Our student counc1l representatlves were Hadley Jordan and Nancy Rowell Our Jayvee cheerleader was Nancy Rowell The freshman boys who made the Jay vees were Tracy Dorgan Jlmmy Sawyer harold Tug Wh1te John de Garxbody nd George Dav1s Members of the freshman basketball team are Jerry Jordan Hadley Jordan Bobby Smlth Charles Hardlng Jasper Kane Elmer Maddocks Peter Allen Herb ert Hodgklns Cl1nt Sadler Junmy Carney ard Henry Scr1bner The Jayvee glrls are M1ldred Hardwlck Jan1ce Joy Norma Weaver Norma Awalt Ruth Tracy and Nancy Rowell Joan Knlght was the only A student IH the school for the first two ranklng perrods George Davls 33 EXCHANGE 'lhe Sachem Old Town Hrgh School Old Town Ma1ne We enjoyed your book very much It IS very complete The Hillcrest Bucksport Hlgh School Bucksport Ma1ne Your sports sectlon was enjoyed by all The Northland Washburn Hlgh School Washburn Ma1ne You have a good llterary and Joke sectron Nlountaln Echo George Stevens Acad emy Blue H111 Ma1ne How about some Jokes'P The Breeze Stonrngton Hlgh School Stonlngton Marne Your book was very 1nterest1ng hashmgtoma Washxngton State Normal Machlas Ma1ne We enjoyed your book very much Gllmanac Grlman Hrgh School North east Harbor Ma1ne How about some more plcturesg The Scroll H1gg1HS Classlcal Inst1tute Charleston Ma1ne Your ed1tor1als and l1terary sectlons were very 1nterest1ng The Lmcolman Llncoln Academy New castle Marne We all enjoyed your prctures The Sedan Hampden Academy Hampden Ma1ne Your book was very well com posed 'lhe Catherur Deer Isles High School Deer Isle Ma1ne Your essays were well done but where are your Jokes'P The Pllot North Haven Hxgh School North Haven Marne Your book was very rnterfstlng The Trulent Brewer Hlgh School Brewer Man t We enjoyed your many prctures Crlmson I rur Orono High School Orono Ma1ne Your book was exceptlonally good 'Ihe Mlcrophone Herman Hlgh School Herman Mal e We enJoyed your book very much Your htexarv sectron was very good The Pemetnc Peme 10 Hrgh 5111001 South west Harbor Ma1ne Au usual an excellent year book VX W Y 1 Y! Y 1 l ll lu .I In S l In li . , , . A A 5 x., '-1 L' x , . ' v . f V - ! 1 . y -T 7 , , , , l - , T . v Y Y ' . i V' , . . , - , U V ' v 1: ' ,, . . . . - " ' 1 .A . Y ' . 1 , ' , . Secretary Hadley Jordan , , , ' - , - , . ' ' 1 7 1 7 ' -1 ' , T H H ' ' - Y A 7 y Q T Y . , . . . ' x ' 5 Y - ,T . ' 7 ! - w , ' ' - ' ' ' y . ' , .h . ' Y 7 1 ' ' . ' 7 u . - 1' r , , , - , .. .A V - Q ' , 4. rx ' - . . 1- 1 V ': , - , 4 . ,S , - ,- l . ol THR .TESTER J C6 In U2 J 2 r- O f .- 5a GJ G5 CI U2 6 L: Cu .-2 .- 1 w-4 GJ C' BJ U2 .L 'JI SSP, "I to C A S OF 19 Seventh Row: V. Kane, R. Trace ,M. Hardwick, N. Rowell, M. Perkins, N. Dority, B. Jordan, J. Swett. A. Davis, O. Nic-ke 1 mith, C. Beale, H. You gr. N. C ndag , Miss Russell. Sixth Row: P. Giles, J. Garland, R. Danico. H. Forsythe, H. White, T. Dorgan, J. Little ield, C. Sadler, C Ashmore. D. H. C' ' tration, . Butler, P. C. rt r. Fifth Row: Mr. Johnston, R. Wilbur, N. Carter, H. Scribner, C. Foss, R. Norton, R. Dunn, W. Moon, K. Wilbur, J. Car zirdin 1. 11rtl o 'Z . 1 ' r, . f i , . , . , . r , . , . . 1' r, 1' 1. . r . 'e11. . C1'o . 1'a11cis. D. Braley. E, Maddocks, H. Brown, L. Hardison Third Row: J. Round, B. Stevens, N. Willey, L. Savage, N. Awalt, J. Springer, N. Bradbury, N. Wilbur, N. Moore, C. Frost, V. . ins tt. Second Row: L. Butler, J. Douse, C. White. P. Wescot , M. Hanson, M. Awalt, J. Knight, Pres. Peter Allen, V. Pres. M. Royal, - ord:111, Treas. R. Smith, J. Joy, N. Weaver, E. Forni, J. Butler, G. F o t, . F r n. First. Row: E. Lunt. J. Edgerly, C. Connors, E. S over, R. Archer, G. Davis, J. de Garibody, L. Willey, A. Colson, L. Young. H. il TL D T eacixx dai Jo C1 te Ca DC nch F8 PF dan Jo R Tate W eck eB RD I'1S odg.,k HH yC Savx J XR 1 R Fo B. QC O O -7 CE E ei 55 ,J GJ S-4 CS Lil V2 S-4 "1 . : F5 C5 ,.a 'l' Il IC .I li S T rl H NIAJORETTES Back Row E Moon D Rlchmond E Strout C Wallon L Lanfulle Front Row S Whltmore M Fox H Frost N Forbls BAND Center Back P Anderson R Bennett R Robbins J Havxkes D Weaver tubas H Scrxbner D Whxte Perk1ns G Partrldge J Round C Ashmore C Murch E Stover Fowler Seated R Phllbrook T Dorr L Perkms N Weaver C Plat M VIOIIISOH N Avsalt Lrttlefield G Round C Sadler Center Front S Mutanen A Colsol J Young J Forsythe Dnector r Mlraglla 03 Second Royv: P. Clrindle. E..Brown, J. Scribner, D. Clark, B. Sawyer, E. Tracy. M ,.1,, ,."."t'-M S BAND The Ellsworth Hlgh School Band under the leadershlp of John M1ragl1a and wlth Oscar Remlck as assocxate conductor play ed at many of the school act1v1t1es lnclud lrg the basketball and football games It p ayed at 1f,S first cxvxc affalr ln the parade on Memorial Day It IS now ready to take part ln ma y other CIVIC affairs Comblned wxth the Bar Harbor Band xt also played at the Hancock County Teachers Conventlon whlch was held ln Ellsworth on October 10 The band has 1ncreased from elght mem bers of the prevlous year to th1rty SIX Each of these puplls was glven prlvate 1nstruc txon by Mr Mxraglla and also was furmshed free books by the school and 1nstruments when avallable However Wlth ILS mcrease 1n number the band has been greatly handlcapped by a lack of instruments On May 13 the Band accompanled by the MaJorettes attended the Mus1c Fest1 val which was held 1n Augusta The Judges rated the bands performance excellent. consldermg the short tlme the band had been orgamzed As a project and 1n order to ralse money for umforms the band plans to hold a con cert sometlme ln the late sprmg Marie Morrlson 52 THE BOYS CHORUS For the first t1me 1n many years a male chorus has been formed 1n this hlgh school Th1s year under the capable d1rect1on of Miss Erva Glles twenty to twenty five boys have met each Frlday to slng songs some old and some new A few of the songs that we practlced were from the plays Show Boat and Texas L11 Darlm The Boys Chorus has partlclpated 1n several school programs Th1s years work with the Boys Chorus was but an experlment We hope that as years pass by this year s work wxll have proved a means for creatmg a greater l'lI6I'BSL on the part of the students to p rtlclpate ln thls worth while act1v1ty Oscar Remlck :JO THE DRUM MAJORETTES The Drum Magorettes organlzed by MISS I-lnckley met the first of October to pre pare dr1lls for the football games Due to bad weather they were unable to march By the tlme basketball season came along the glrls had perfected several routlnes They marched at several of the home glmes At these games soda and candy were sold by the Majorettes to earn money for new unlforms May 13 the glrls traveled to Augusta to the Muslc Festlval accompanled by the band Edna Strout 51 GLEE CLUB REPORT Th1s year the Glee Club IS fortunate to h ve agaln M1ss Erva Glles as drrector There are th1rty seven members from the f eshman sophomore and Jun1or classes At our flrst meetmg we elected the fol lowmg off1cers Presldent Shlrley Lltch Nancy Rowell and hbrarlan Patrxcla Lmscott We sang at the Fall Frollc Junlor Speak 1 g Exh1b1t1on One act Play presentatlon and durlng Commencement Week BXGFCISBS Helen Young Secretary AUTUMN The sprlng mald Wlth her buddlng youth may hold A message of a new born hope to some The summer dressed 1n pastel shades may come And quletly pull others to her fold Dame WIHKGF tlmeworn frosty and so cold May have her followers who although numb Before her hoary beauty must stand dumb 'lo me clad ln her crlmson ard her gold Gay Autumn danclng laughxng never sad Is most seductlve of the seasons all My heart so qurckly w arms and soon grows glad My pulses wlldly beat to heal her call Thus I w ho once was calm have now grown mad Wlth love and 305 111 hex 1n5 glowlng Fall Joyce Tracy oO T ll li .I li T li R . . . . ,. L , - 9 ' F . - . A I . Y. v . V , , , ' 3 , cl . . . v , , ' ' . ! 1 . " 0 , U I , . . : . , . . - ' - Ileldg secretary, Helen Youngg treasurer, 7 . . . . . - . , I . ' y Q - . U . .R . .. V - . I , - . . . , Y 9 " . ' 7 . ! ! . . Y - , I Y . 1 I 7 1 7 V Y ' b - y l' ' J , , . . ' 1 . H I . 7 v V .Y Y Y. I v' Q 1 '. r ' ' l 54 T II li .I li S 'I' IC Ii BOYS LHORI S Back Rovt J Kane N Taylor C 'Vlurch G Dumab F Johnson T Ia CIOSSC H Scmbner Center Rovt J Royal J Dunleavy D Joldan J Young A Youn W Saunclels J Stratton Front Rovs A Colson T Saunders D Remlck Mlss Glles D Whne A K1nca1d R Ph1lbrook GLEE CLLB Fourth Rovx N M0019 B Snnh B Dwyer J Knlght J Bonn B Jfjldilll E Mutanen C Gundle C Merrlll J Rankln J Partxldoe G Carter Second Rovx R Lmscott V Kane 'VI 'vlutanen J Nioole J Doube N Qanda e C Beal N Rovsell B Harrlman L Butlel F1rstRovt P LIHSCOI L Nlckerson H Youno S Lltchlield Nils: Gneb C Vthl e H Bradbury A Garland S Young OO Third Row: R:tie'Garib0Q15r. P. Camp-bell. B, Whitmore. M. Royal. J. Roy. 1-3. Form l Sports FOOTBALL 1949 Coach Alfred Sav1gnano called for candl dates for the Eagle grldders two weeks before school opened Of the thlrty men that reported our new coach had only s1x lettermen around whom to bulld the team They were Bob Gould Roger Langllle and Pollxe Hrggms 1n the backfield Dana Au sim B111 Smlth and Dud Jones rn the l1ne Wlth a very llght lme and a qurte fast backfield the Eagles tackled the hardest grld schedule they had ever faced Here IS a summary of the games Bar Harbor 2 Ellsworth 0 In the first game of the season the Eagles ventured to Bar Harbor to meet the Sea slders The startrng llneup found Bill Smlth and Charles Kelsor at the ends Dana Austm and Ron Jordan at tackles Jerry Purslow a ld Colon Smlth at guard and Joe Mahon at center In the backfield Bob Captam Roger Langllle and Bob Phippen ln as halfbacks Our l1ne bustmg fullback Rollle Hlggxns made up the first eleven Russ Boynton and B111 Boyne also saw a lot of servlce for the Eagles After a well played first half rn the th1rd quarter the two teams battled up and down the field but nelther team could score In the final perlod the Seasxders rallxed and brought the ball deep mto Eagle terrltory but the Ellsworth l1ne stlffened and held the Sea s ders for four downs on the goal l1ne A hlgh pass from center was dxsastrous for the Eagles for two Bar Harbor llnemen tackled H1gg1I1S behind the goal lme before he could punt the ball out Thls meant a safety and two polnts for Bar Harbor B111 Smlth was outstandmg for the Eagles as was Nate Kmg for the wmners Bucksport 41 Ellsworth 0 The next game found us completely out played by a very powerful Bucksport team that lost only one game all season The whole Bucksport team was outstandmg whlle Dud Jones was the only bright spot ln the Ellsworth llneup Hampden 7 Ellsworth 6 In the thlrd game of the season we found ourselves ln Hampden for a game wxth the Bronx Roger Langllle made a b1d for a v1ctory as he raced around the Hampden llne for a touchdown The Eagles falled to make good on the pomt after a fact whlch proved fatal for them In the last perlod Charles Gould crashed the Ellsworth l1ne and went the dlstance for a touchdown Gould agam made good on the extra pomt whlch won the game for Hampden Boyn ton and H1gglflS were good ln the Eagle secondary As usual Jones played h1s excellent game 1n the l1ne Lmcoln 42 Ellsworth 7 On a very wet and muddy field the Eagles recelved the1r fourth loss ln as many games from Mattanawcook Academy of Llncoln The Lmcs scored a few plays after the klck off and then went on to v1ctory Rollle hrgglns scored the Eagle touchdown m the pomt after touchdown Russ Boynton and Poll1e Hlgglns were standouts for Ellsworth Bar Harbor 19 Ellsworth 0 The mjury rldderm Eagles opened the home season agamst an rmproved Bar Har bor eleven ThlS was by far the roughest game of the season Flve men left the field because of xnjurxes Bar Harbor pushed across three touchdowns desplte a tough tlme glven them by the Eagles Dick Carter led the Seaslders attack Whlle Austm Phxppen and H1gglHS all played well for the Eagles Belfast 32 Ellsworth 0 The Eagles met Crosby Hlgh of Belfast at the Eagles nest and received a maulmg from blg Red Nlckerson and company who revenged last years defeat by the Eagles Crosby started off wlth a bang and left the Eagles out m the cold Orono 49 Ellsworth 0 The last game of the season found the Red Rrots of Orono ln town to oppose the Eagles The Ellsworth boys were completely outclassed by the boys from college town T ll 'I .I li S 'lf li li Gould was at the quarterback spot, with last period. Higgins also made good the 56 Gilman T I1 li .1 IC S T li li Don Hashy went on a scoring spree and crossed the Eagle goal line seven times. Dick Sullivan accounted for six extra points. The Eagles took to the air with Bob Phippen tossing short over-the-line passes to little Paul Bowden and Bill Smith. But in the third period Phippen uncorked a long pass to Jerry Lyons, who raced seventy yards to the Orono one-yard line where he was dragged down from behi d On the next play Phippen took the ball over on a quarterback sneak Hashy was the star of the game as he made several long gains The Ellsworth gridders ended the most disastrous season in their short football history with no wins and seven defeats Although they lost all of the games the Eagles gained the much needed experience which they did not have this season The following men received their letters in football B111 Smith Harry Jones John Taylor Dana Austin Ronnie Jordan B111 Boyne Jerry Purslow Colon Smith Joe Mahon Joe Hlgglns Stanley Taylor Bob Gould Roger Lang1lle Bob Phippen Rollie Higgins Lou1s Wilson Russ Boynton Jerry LY ons Elmer Maddocks Bob Falvey Hallet Jordan and Manager Bobby Smith The fellows on the football squad wish to thank our coaches Mr Savlgnano and Mr Johnston for the time and patience they gave us BASEBALL 1949 Owing to the early publication of the Jester the write ups on last years team vere omitted Below IS a summary and statistics chart on last years baseball team Seasons record 8 wins 5 defeats P V C record 2 wins 4 defeats 11 X1 I x 111111 1 1 lx 111 1111. 1 ll 1 Iorf 111 1115..L1Il 1'111p1r-11 1 x ll 1 llas V Wnsutt 1 BASEBALL - 1950 Coach Johnston, on March 20, issued the call for baseball. Close to fifty men re- ported for practice. Coach Johnston has four lettermen returning from last year's squad. They are Bob Gould, Rollie Higgins, Russ Boynton, all infielders, and Ronnie Jordan, an outfielder. Paul Jordan and Bob Phippen outfielders who saw a lot of serv1ce last year w1ll back up the team The schedule for 1950 April April May May May May May May May May May June 2 P V C games Old Town ar Harbor Orono Bapst Brewer Bucksport Belfast Pemetlc Gilman Belfas Pemetic Bob Phippen 50 Rollie Higgins 51 Eagles Eagles Eagles Eagles Eagles Eagles agles agles Eagles Eagles agles Eagles Eagles Bangor Gilman Bucksport Brewer Bapst PBIIICUC Orono Pemetlc Bar Harbor Old Town 3 2 Gilman 4 1 Belfast 2 0 Belfast N N T111 XXII , 1 1 ' 1 'n . ' , " . , ' 21 at ' ' , ' 28 1 - 1 2 i'B - - - 1 5 at 'i - - 1 9 at 1 12 i' 1 . - - 16 at if , - 1 - 19 . . . 23 at ' . , . . 26 ' ' . ' . ' . 30 at t 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 A 5 Y 7 ' 5 1 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 13-10 1 - I 1 9- 7 ' v 3- 7 , ' . 1. 1 . 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ARDS 1949 50 Football Roger Langxll Robert Gould Rolard H1gglDS Russell Boynton LOUIS WIISOH Robert Phlppen Elmer Maddocks Wlllxam Smlth Gerald Lyons Colon Smxth Jerry Purslow Stanley Taylor Joseph Mahon Robert Falvey Hallet Jordan Ronald Jordan John H1gglHS Dana Austrr Harry Jones Robert Smlth 1MgsJ W1ll1am Boyne Basketball Kenneth Sargent Roland H1gg1ns Robert Gould Gerald Lyons Dana Austm Russell Boynton Mgr James Royal Cross Country Paul F1rlotte Joseph Flrlotte Thomas Jordan Harold Archer Girls Barbara Bowden Patr1c1a Haynes Susie Holmes Ruth Jordan Lorra1ne La gllle Mary Lltchfleld Emery Purslow Ronald Brlggs Rlchard Wescott Ph1l1p Maddocks Basketball Capt Maralyn Kane Edna Strout Ellen Sargent Loulse Murch Barbara Luce Shlrley Lltchiield Ann McGraw Mgr Varsity Cheerleaders Lorralne Allen Mar1anne Bond Theresa Dorgan Mary Lltchneld Patr1c1a Haynes Karen W1lley Jean Partrldge Debating Ellen Sargent Deale Sallsbury Ann McGraw Davld Whlte Sarah Anderson Barbara Dwyer Tony Saunders Richard Carter Wllbur Saunders IN UMERAL AWARDS 1950 Kelth Wh1ImOf8 Walter Wonchoba 1951 Rlchard Carter Jane Moore Eula Thlbodeau Joan Wllley 1952 Robert Johnson Rxchard Sallsbury Patr1c1a LIHSCOLL Dlanne Rlchmond Donald Wonchoba Charles Ashmore Joseph F1rlotte Paul Flrlotte Leonard Joy Harry Moore 1953 Norma Awalt Janlce Joy Marllyn Perklns Nancy Rowell Ruth Tracey Norma Weaver Peter Allen Russell Archer Colby Ashmore Duane Braley James Carney Lawrence Clough Carl Connors Robert Danlco George Davls John De Garlbody Tracy Dorgan Arnold Francis Jessle Garland Charles Hardmg Herbert Hodgkms Gerald Jordan Thomas La Crosse Chnt Sadler Robert Smlth James Sawyer Henry Scrlbner Wayne Tate Dale Treadwell Harold Whlte Hadley Jordan Jasper Kane Elmer Maddocks There was a young fellow named Hugh Who sneaked ln one mornlng at two At the staxrs he dld pause It was only because Of the blow from hrs W1f9S h1gh heel shoe MA50 .19 l I' Basketball BASKETBALL 1949 50 When Coach Jack Johnston lssued the call for basketball early 1n November about 60 candldates reported for practlce Fol lowlng a week of hard work on fundamen tals Coach Johnston pxcked a ten man squad to represent the Ellsworth Eagles on the pollshed planks The boys worked hard and were ready for the first game of the1r eighteen game schedule Here IS a brlef summary of the games played Orono 31 Ellsworth 44 The Ellsworth Eagles swung 1nto actlon on December 2 at the Ellsworth cxty hall when the Eagles met the Red R10t5 of Orono For three perlods the two teams battled on even terms In the final perxod the Eagles broke away to a lead and held lt untll the final buzzer The Ellsworth boys had revenged the1r defeat 1n football and had won the1r first basketball game of the 49 50 season Fort Falrfield 48 Ellsworth 27 Aroostook Countys first lnvaslon of Ells The v1s1t1ng Tlgers Jumped to a qulck 13 8 first perlod lead and at half tlme led 24 14 A strong Fort defense set the Eagles on then' heels fn the second half whlle Ma honey McLean and Schwartz led the Tlgers to a 48 27 vlctory Mahoney was hlgh polnt man wlth 15 pomts and Ken Sargent had 8 polnts for the Eagles Sargent was also outstandmg on the backboards as was Schwartz for the Fort Team John Bapst 59 Ellsworth 26 The Eagles traveled to Bangor to meet the John Bapst Crusaders 1n a P V C tllt Both teams started slowly wlth Bapst tak mg a shght lead at half t1me In the final f ame the Bapst boys cut loose a scorlng pace that the young Eagles couldnt keep up mth and Bapst won easxly Spencer vsas outstanding for Bapst The entlre Eagle five played vtell but there was no beatlng the John Bapst boys that nlght 1949 1950 Gilman 28 Ellsworth 63 The Eagles were back on the vxctory tra1l again when they whlpped the1r Island rlvals 63 28 The Eagles took off to a qulck lo 5 first period lead and at half t1me led 22 18 In the last half Hlgglns and Sargent teamed and ran up the score for Jack Johnstons charges Hlggms had 15 polnts whrle Aust1n and Sargent had 10 and 9 polnts respectlvely Gould played a good floor game for the Eagles Sumsbury had 9 pomts for the losers Presque Isle 49 Ellsworth 20 The Eagles made a drsastrous trlp to spudland during the Chrlstmas vacatlon In the first of the two games wlth the Aroostook foes the Presque Isle Wlldcats had a wlld tlme wlth the Eagles as they whlpped them 49 20 The Cats took a com mandlng 24 8 lead at half tlme In the last half Presque Isle scored 25 pomts to the Eagles 12 Sargent was top man for Ellsworth wlth Is e Fort Falrfield 24 Ellsworth 19 The Eagles dropped their second game ID as many nlghts to the Fort Falrfield Tigers In a low scorlng game the Eagles held a sllght '7 5 lead at the eend of the first peerxod The Fort team came back at the half to txe It up at 13 13 In the last half the Tlgers outscored the Eagles to w1n the game 24 19 Schwartz was hlgh man for the Fort team with 8 polnts whlle Boynton Wllson and Sargent had 5 pomts each for Ellsworth Bucksport 41 Ellsworth 31 Ellsworth traveled to Bucksport for their fi st game with the Bucks It was a well played ball game wlth both defenses hold lng out In the final fourth the Golden Bucks broke through the Eagle l1nes and went ahead to a ten polnt lead JU Tll 'I .lI4ZS'l41li 1 worth was bad news for the Eagle rooters. 7 points, while Shaw had 21 fgy Presque . . . . . . - 1 l I. THF IESTP R Thurston had 18 DOIHIS for the Bucks while Sargent Hlggms and Lyons each had 11 po1nts for the Eagles Austin dld a line Job on the rebounds for Ellsworth Bar Harbor 46 Ellsworth 48 The Eagles won their th1rd game of the season before a Jam packed crowd at the city hall The v1ct1ms were the Bar Harbor Seaslders In another close game the two teams battled for the lead At half time the Eagles held a 27 22 edge But 1n the third per1od the Harbor boys came back to take a 35 32 lead In a slam bang finish wxth the score tied Rollle Higgins stepped to the foul line and dropped ln a pair of shots to wm the ball game for the Eagles King was high scorer for the game wlth 19 DOIHLS Lyons Hlgg'lnS a d Sargent each had 11 po1nts for the wmners Pemetnc 45 Ellsworth 34 Frlday the thlrteenth was an unlucky day for Jack Johnstons charges The Pemetic Indians entertained the Eagles at Southwest Harbor and gave them a scalp 1rg in a very rough game Gllly was high point man for Pemetxc wzth 12 po1nts Hlgg1HS had 10 and Lyons had 8 for the Eagles Brewer 45 Ellsworth 15 The Eagles moved to Brewer for a session with the Wltches The Ellsworth boys couldn t find the range while the fast moving boys from Brewer ran up the score Andy Clements received scorlng honors for the night w1th 11 points while Sargent had 7 for the Eagles Old Town 73 Ellsworth 49 The Old Town Indians went on a scorlng spree as they downed the Eagles by a one slded 73 49 score The Indxans took a com mandlng 40 14 half tlme lead and coasted to an easy vlctory Dawes scored 18 points Wh1te and Saw yer had 16 points each Hlgglns and Gould each tallled 14 points for the Eagles lohn Bapst 46 Ellsworth 44 The Eagles were hosts to the John Bapst Cll.1Sad6l'S ln their second meeting of the season It was a very stormy nlght but the hall was packed to capacity Any Bapst Ellsworth contest when played at Ells worth has the reputation of belng a thrlller Bapst won the first game by a run away and was expected to shellac the Eagles again but Coach Johnston had other plans As game time rolled around the fans were on edge Bapst scored first and gathered seven quick pomts before H1gg1ns pushed in a lay up for the Eagles Then the battle was on Bapst held a one or two point lead for most of the game but they could not pull away from the Eagles Early ln the final period Bapst gamed a nlne point lead and threatened to pull away but the high flymg Eagles led by Ken Sargent quickly came back and txed up the game With less than a m1nute to play and the score still tied Ken Harvey dropped in three foul shots to put his club out in front by five points Two field goals by Sargent and a foul polnt again tied up the game Then wlth 15 seconds left 1n the game the Crusaders scored two points The Eagles trled desperately to score agaln but Jump balls used up the remalmng t1me Spencer and Harvey were the big guns for Bapst Ken Sargent kept the Eagles ahve Orono 34 Ellsworth 36 The Ellsworth Eagles won thelr third P V C tilt by defeatmg the Red Riots of Orono on the R1ots home court Orono Jumped to a quick 16 4 first per1od lead and Was still leading 22 16 at half tlme The Eagles came back fast 1n the third quarter The lead changed hands several times but the boys from Orono were ahead 29 27 at the end of the quarter Wlth less than a minute left Ken Sargent stepped to the foul lme and dropped ln a pomt to t1e the game up at 34 34 This set the stage for Higgins one hander and another vlctory for the Eagles Higgins had 19 points while Lounsbury had 11 for Orono Austin and Sargent were stand outs on the backboards for Ellsworth 'Bucksport 60 Ellsworth 42 The Eagles entertamed the Golden Bucks ol Bucksport and recelved a beating from their county rlvals The Eagles couldnt keep the Bucks high scor1ng center Bob Thurston under control The Bucks grab bed a 14 12 tirst per1od lead and lncreased y W A I I A Y V . . . . g Q . , . . y I . ' ' , - - U - y . . 1 . 1 - v 7 1 . . 7 . . ' ' 7 Y . l . . , - - ' - with 18 points. Y Y - , . :f. D y - . . , I . . , . . . ' , . - Y - - . . I PST 1' to 28 17 at half t1me In the final half the Bucksport boys really caught fire and outscored the Eaglees 32 25 Thurston had 24 po1nts for Bucksport Spencer 10 pomts Gerry Lyons had 9 po1nts for the Eagles Dana Aust1n d1d a good Job on the backboards for the Eagles Brewer 49 Ellsworth 47 The Eagles almost scored a major upset over the Brewer Wltches as they led them all the game and flght up to the final buzzer The Eagles were out ln front 12 10 at the first perlod and ga1ned a 23 20 count af half tlme It took a QUICK rush by the Witches to clmch the game It was th1s rush that kept the Eagles from scorlng a b1g upset Husklns had 13 po1nts for Brewer whlle respect1vely for Ellsworth Bob Gould and Dana Austln were outstand1ng on the floor ard backboards for the Eagles Bar Harbor 47 Ellsworth 24 The Eagles had another shootmg let down as they recelved a shellackmg from the Seaslders The Seaslders Jumped to a quxck lead and scored 30 po1nts 1n the first nalf The Eagles could come up only ten po1nts In the last half the scorlng was about even Strout was outstandlng for the wmners Lyons kept the Eagles al1ve w1th ten po1nts Old Town 49 Ellsworth 35 The up and down Eagles made the P V C Champlons from Old Town go all out to take home a v1ctory over the Ellsworth boys For three per1ods the Eagles kept up w1th the rampag1ng Indlans In the final quarter Dawes and Sawyer comblned to pull the Ind1ans to safety Fred Whxte one of Old Towns blggest scorers was held to two DGIHLS these comlng from the foul l1ne Sawyer and Dawes led the Old Town scorxng w1th 15 and 14 po1nts respect1vely Bob Gould had 12 and Ken Sargent 10 po1nts for the Eagles Louls Wl1S0n a sophomore forward played an outstand1ng floor game for the Eagles He also scored tive po1nts Leland Parady was a stand out on the backboards for the Ind1ans Presque Isle 56 Ellsworth 34 The Eagles closed out the 1949 50 basket ball season by dropplng a 56 34 declsxon to the Presque Isle W1ldCat.S The v1s1t1ng Cats Jumped to a 12 8 first per1od score and were never headed from then on The Eagles could not stop b1g Charlle Squlres the Wlldcat center Ken Sargent led the Ellsworth offense wlth 12 pomts Blg Charl1e h1t the net for 21 po1nts 'P V C Games Seasons record won 4 lost 14 P V C record won 3 lost 8 Robert Phlppen 50 Roland H1gg1ns 51 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL The Jun1or varsity basketball squad un der the dlrectlon of Mr Savlgnano started the 1949 1950 season wlth the ldea of bulld ll g for the comlng years The Jayvee boys wore on The squad was made up of two JUHIOFS four sophomores and elght fresh men They were greatly overshadowed by more experlenced upperclassmen agalnst whom they played Although they started slowly they were really playlng ball at the close of the season and gave some larger teams a real battle The members of the squad were D1ck Wescott John Somers Ronn1e Jordan Jlmmy Havey Paul Bowden B111 Boyne Tug Whxte George Davls Arnold Franc1s Tracy Dorgan Jlmmy Sawyer and John de Garxbody JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 'Eaglets 'Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglets Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglets 'Eaglehi 'Eaglets 'P V C Games Orono John Bapst Gilman Winter Harbor Wlnter Harbor Bucksport Bar Harbor Pemet1c Brewer Old Town John Bapst Orono Bucksport Brewer Bar Harbor Old Town Seasons record Won 3 Lost 13 P V C record Won 2 Lost 10 T II fl J I .' E R . Higgins and Sargent had 15 and 12 points improved more and more as the season , ' 29 ' 28 . ' 28 ' ' ' . 33 . 48 . ' . ' , 20 . ' ' , 27 . y . . . 25 . 23 D . . . . ' 26 35 . I . . , 58 , ' 34 . 33 ' . 35 62 THF TFSTFR VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Back Rovs J Royal mgr W Smlth K Sargent H Jones J Tavlox D Austm Coach Johnston FronL Rovx L WIISOH R Gould R Hlgglns G Lyons R Boynton J V BASKETBALL SQUAD Back Row J Havey T Whlte T Dorgan R Jordan R We-scott J de Garlbody Front Row Coach Q3V1g ano J Somers J Sawyer G Davxs P Bowden A Fran c1s J Dunleavy Sl' FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The freshmen were coached by Mr Lush agaln Ih1S year Havlng started late they were unable to play a. full schedule Mem bers of the squad were Cl1nt Sadler I-'erbert Hodgkms Hedry Scribner Bobby Smlth Buster Hardmg Peter Allen George Partrldge Elmer Maddocks Hadley Jordan Colby Ashmore James Edgerly Jlmmy Carney Jerry Jordan and Jasper Kane The team won four games and lost five INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL The Lamolne Basketeers led by sharp shootmg Gerry Dumas won the hotly con tested Ellsworth Hlgh bus league th1s year wlth a record of seven vrctorxes agamst three set backs The bus league made up of more than thlrty players that attend Ellsworth High from surroundlng towns and who travel to and from school each day via school bus has always proven a closely contested lcague Th1S year four strong teams repre sented Lamolne Otis Franklm and Ells vtorth Falls Hancock always a strong bus league con tender was not represented by a team thls year as most of thelr players were on the Freshman Team Jayvees or played for the Reserves Otls a newcomer to the league proved to be the dark horse as they won second honors and led the league nearly all the way Wxthout a smgle player who had ever played a regulatlon game before th1s year they made up for their lack of basket ball fundamentals wxth scrap and a keen determmatlon to win Two actlvlty perlods each week are de 'voted to lntramural actlvxtles for the bus students These act1v1t1es lnclude basket ball touch football badm1nton and softball Summary of the games Team Won Lost Lamo1ne Otls Franklm Ellsworth Falls THE GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM Owing to the early publ1cat1on of last years Jester we were unable to have a vrlte up on the gxrls softball team Last year under the excellent coachlng 0 Mr Langllle and thanks to the hlgh powered pltchxng of Lorrame Langllle who pltched m forty four lnnmgs and struck out elghty opponents we were able to win the P V C Champlonshlp Our toughest games were at Brewer Old Town Bucksport and Deer Isle In three out of four of these games Joan DeW1tt collected eleven hlts 1n twelve tlmes at bat for a battlng averagge of 917 Durmg the Blue H111 game three con secutlve home runs were made by Louxse Murch Our last two games whlch were not ln the P V C League were played at Deer Isle and Stonlngton After our game wxth Deer Isle we gathered at the beach for a servlng of steamed clams which we really enjoyed The slugger for our team was rugged Joan DeW1tt totallng twenty one hlts wrth a battlng average of 512 The next hlghest average of 512 The next hlghest were P Haynes wlth elghteen hlts and an average or 500 and second S Holmes wlth thlrty four hlts and an average of 500 The team mcluded catcher L Murch pltcher L Langllle first baseman B Luce second basemen E L1nscott and L Cottle fhlfd baseman J DeW1tt short stop P Haynes and out flelders A Hlllman M Lltchfleld and S Holmes Others on the team xncluded S Lxtchfleld R Jordan B Bowden G Kane M Kane Maureen Dunleavy and Lols Sprague The scores for the season were Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsw orth Bucksport Brewer Blue H111 Orono Bar Harbor Blue H111 Old Town Deer Isle Stonmgton 14 Louxse Murch a0 Allce Moore Tlllli .I li." Eli . - were P. Haynes with eighteen hits and an Y .' D ' . . . ' 5 4 . . . . - 12 10 'P ' . 27 ' 6 ' ' ' 16 3 : 16 2 13 ' 1 . 9 ' 7 7 3 9 11 ' 5 5 ' " 4 6 ' '51 6-1 GIRLS BASKETBALL The Ellsworth hlgh glrls basketball team opened thelr ball season ln November w1th about f1fty three rrls reportl Because of th1s large number of candrdates we had to have two squads a varslty and a Junlor warslty Under the fme coachmg of Mr Lanffllle the season opened wlth a bane and regular practlces were held every nrght Our worst defeat of the season was at the hands of Bucksport wrth a score of 42 37 At th1s game much speed a d expert shootmg were shown on the floor by the v1r1s Our frrst loss was to W1nter Harbor w1th the score of 26 24 but thrs loss was qulckly venged by our defeat of Gllman our next opponent by the score of 38 35 At the Pemetlc game B Luce scored forty two of the slxty n1ne po1nts The three hlgh scorers for the season vere B Luce 190 pomts P Haynes 99 At the close of the season our record was seve wlns and four losses The forward hne up consrsted of L Lan grlle P Haynes B Luce and E Strout The guards were E Sargent M Lltch fleld S L1tchf1eld S Holmes L Murch M Kane B Bowden R Jordan and mana ver Ann McGraw The Junxor varslty team lncluded R Tracy J Joy M Morrrson M Perk1ns N Powell N Awalt N Weaver M Hardwlck J Partrrdge C Merrxll J Moore B Harr1 man L Sprague D Rlchmond and A Johnson Lourse Murch 50 Alxce Moore 51 TRACK MEETS Orono at Bar Harbor Bar Harbor Ellsworth John Bapst at Bangor Brewer Old Town Ellsworth Old Town at Orono Brewer Ellsworth May May May May TRACK The 1950 track season was ln sess1on by Apr1l first at E HS Coach Savlgnano held 2 few meetlngs and llght practlces ln the h1,,h school gym untxl the athletlc field was dry Those report1ng for pos1t1ons on the team were Dana Austm Stanley Taylor Kenneth Sargent John Taylor Bob Phlp pen Fred Mack Paul Flrlotte Joe Flrlotte Ph1ll1p Maddocks Gerald Purslow Dlck Wescott Russell Archer Clmt Sadler Cec1l Ryder James Edgerly George Davls Tracy Dorgan Paul Bowden Arnold Foster Ralph Moon Tug Whxte J1mmy Sawyer Paul Glles Colby Foss Charles Ashmore and Elmer Maddocks Robert Ph1ppen 50 GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES At the begmmng of the fall term we started our physlcal tralnmg wlth volley Langllle was our supervlsor When It started to get too cold for any outdoor sports we played basketball Th1s year Mr Langllle showed us how to do the square dances wh1ch made physlcal tram mg not only more 1nterest1ng but also more varred Toward the end of the school year we enjoyed softball and table tennls Al1ce Moore 51 LIMERICKS One day the great Brooklyn preacher Sald That hen IS a wonderful creature When the fowl heard of that She lard arm egg 1n h1s hat And thus d1d the hen reward Beecher For beauty I am not a star There are others more handsome by far My face I don t mmd rt Because Im behmd It Its the people ln front that I Jar There was a partlcular brlde Who objected to eggs being fr1ed Not because of the grease But the shockmg decease Of the poor l1ttle chrckens 1ns1de PVC Meet Un1vers1ty of Mame M 0 Oo T Il IC .I IC S T li li 9 . - g. tg' . , . . . . . , ,U . . 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I cfm Zfgeerez 1 PAUL FIRLOTTE TUMBLING TEAMS State Cross Country Frederlck Mack George Ray F Mack Paul Champlon Flrlotte G Ray CROSS COUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY MEETS The Ellsworth cross country team made a very impresslve record th1s fall wlnnlng four of the1r f1ve meets They placed fourth ln tthe Northern Ma1ne meet and elghth ln the State meet At Orono where the Eagle h1ll and dale ers ran agaxnst the Ma1ne Frosh pacmg Paul Flrlotte t1ed the State prep school record A few weeks later 1n the Northern Mame meet at Orono Paul came wlthm one second of ty1ng the State hlgh school record After placmg fl st ln SIX stralght meets pacmg Paul ran 1 1 the State meet when xn addltlon to w1n n'ng the State cross country t1tle, he chop ped ten seconds off the State record H1s tlme was thlrteen mmutes and th1rty four seconds Paul, accompanled by hrs dad, Joseph O Flrlotte and h1s coach, Leo Lan grlle, traveled to Mlddletown, Connectlcut, where Paul ran 1n the New England meet Paul must have had a bad day, he placed only second Ellsworth Ellsworth 22 Orono 41 Orono Ellsworth 26 Ma1ne Frosh 28 Ellsworth Ellsworth 31 Bangor 26 Orono Ellsworth 4th Place 1n Northern Ma1ne Meet Orono Ellsworth 21 Orono 43 Ellsworth Ellsworth 20 Old Town 30 Orono Ellsworth 8th Place rn State Meet The cross country team should have an even better record next year There were no senlors on thzs year's team The followrng men rece1ved the1r Varslty letters Paul Flrlotte, Ph1ll1p Maddocks, Drck Wescott, Emery Purslow, Joe Flrlotte, Ronald Brrggs, Thomas Jordan, and Harold Archer 64 T H 'I .I IC S T H H , 1 . - I U At : - . - - , At : - ' . 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NTR1 T111rd RAN J d9G2111bOdX J Gz1111111d R Damco H Hoci 11.1115 T J01df111 R Du1111 Second Ron C C01 11015 R A1c11e1 G Dav1s C As1111101e R C11 CI J Ed e11x S Abbor F1rsLRoxx H A101191 R B1 5 J F1110 19 P 'vladdocks P F1110 Q R Wesco E Pu1s10xx VR T1 0 I IRLS HOFTB UL 1949 CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Back Roxx B Luce Xi L11Q11f1ec1 E 001119 P H'1x11eb B B0xxc1o11 Q T11c11f101d a 1110 'XI L11 From Roxx R JOICVII1 L S1111 ua J DGVN11 5 Holmes A H11 111111 L 'VILIICII E L111sc01 G Kf111e MN Alumni News CLASS OF 1900 Arthur Alley Retrred drug ISI Iorence Bowden 1H1g msr Mame Helen Campbell lM1ICh611I Washmgton Lourse Dutton 1F1lmore1 New York Mary Drummey Glft shop clerk Woodfords Mame Ellzabeth Doyle Olflce clerk at Bar Harbor Motor Co Ellsworth Maude Gogglns Dressmaker Ellsworth Wllllam Jude Mun1c1pal Judge Newport Malne Annle Kmgsbury 1Goodw1nJ Massachu setts Bermce Laffln 1H1gg1ns1 Deceased Homer Lowell Deceased Homer Perklns Retlred d1ver Penobscot Marne Pelen Rolll s 1Dulles1 Deceased Mollle Shute 4L1ncolnv Deceased Bayslde Hallowell Spokane York New CLASS OF 1920 Edwln Austm H C Austm Furnrture Store Ellsworth E1S1E Brldges 1Lawsen1 Grace Br1dges4Waldw1nr Rlngwood N J Iessle Brxdves 1Joyce1 Ann1e Camber 1L1nscott1 Sallsbury Cove Theresa Cook 1Carl1sle1 Ellsworth Marlon Donnell 4Carter1 Ellsworth ohn Dorgan Deceased Elleneen Doyle WWIISOHP Kmgsvllle Texas W1ll1am Henry Harrmgton Post Off1C9 Ellsworth Damel Harrxngton Foreman Morang Rob lnson Automob1le Co Inc Ellsworth I-'arvard E Jelllson Internatlonal Har vester Co Portland Ella M Johnson 4Freder1c1 Nella McCarthy 1G1lbert1 Ellsworth Marle McFarlard 4Chr1st1e9 Ellsworth Falls Gerald W Moole Ellsworth Falls Hazel L Moore Mary Ann Morrrson 1Sm1thr Ellsworth 1VIaI'JOI'16 Rlchardson Dorothy Splllane 1Closson1 Ellswolth Clarlssa Strout lHagerthy1 Ellsworth Luman Woodruff M D Bralntree Massa chusetts CLASS OF 1920 Ruth Austln 1Kn1ghtr Ellsworth Charles Barton Hulls Cove Merle Bunker Flsherman Southwest Harbor Hope Clark 1Sm1thr Belfast Herva Day Salesman New York City N Y W1ll1am Drummey Unlted States Servlce Washlngton D C Gllve Eaton 1Clement1 Bucksport Horace Estey Supermtendent and VICE Presldent of Buzzard Bay Gas Com pany Yarmouth Massachusetts Gertrude Farnsworth lSm1th1 Bar Harbor Una Frederrck 1Pharantos1 Lewlston Malne Inez Garland 1Beal1 Ellsworth Marjorre Garland 1Mooneyr Machlas Mercy Garland lWh1EmO16I Ellsworth Falls Mar1on Gasper 1R1chmond1 Surry Mary Henry 1Goodv Phlladelphla Pennsyl vanla Lelya Lovely rCarl1sler Ellsworth Joseph Ll1Ch1'll Luch1n1s Restaurant Ells worth Robert Jordan Electrxcal Engmeer Dayton Ohlo George Mahoney Mahoney Burr1ll Insur ance Agency Ellsworth Malne Hope M1ll1ken 1McNallyr Ellsworth James Moore Moores Pharmacy Ellsworth Catherlne Osgood 1Skolfield1 Ellsworth George Partrldge Fxre Chxef and Contrac tor Ellsworth Alblon Plnkham Western Electrlc Roxbury Massachusetts Effie PFIESI 1Carl1sle1 Ellsworth Elsle Prlest 1Swett1 Eastmans Ellsworth Florence Reed 1Jude1 Kmeo Dry Goods Store Ellsworth Chandler Rlchmond Metropolltan Insur ance Agent Surry Herbert Saunders Post OiT1ce Ellsworth Melvln Treworgy Bangor Hospltal Mxldred Wood lTaylor1 Northeast Harbor rlw Ii I 1 I In 1 r 1 1 ' ' S I l' If 4 1 1 1 4 I L, , ' . 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A 1 - 1 . , , . , . , - . . y , 1 - 1 1 . . , , 1 - , . 11.3 CLASS OF 1930 Rachel Adams lBarker1 Presque Isle Luella Andrews 4B1ack1 Newberrys Store Ellsworth Gertrude Batchelder 1Day1 Ellsworth Reverend Earl Beal Perry New York Kathleen Burpee 1L1nscott1 Bus Dr1ver Ellsworth Falls Cllfton Carllsle Br1dge Constructlon Co Surry Carrle Carter 4Bragdon1 Bragdons Fu neral Home Ellsworth Marguente Carter tThornton1 Demarest New Jersey Hazel CotT1n 4Spr1nger1 Skowhegan Ma1ne Kenneth Coleman Salesman Bangor Danlel Cushman Socony O11 Company Ellsworth Margaret Cushman tClement1 Yarmouth Mame Elrzabeth Davls 1Anderson1 Secretary of Ch1ld Welfare Bureau Ellsworth Gerald Dav1s The Ellsworth Amerlcan Ellsworth Ernest Dodge Curator at Peabody Museum Salem Massachusetts Road lorma Dunton Deceased Moody Fl1nt Prlnclpal Junlor Hlgh School Bath Malne John Foss Jr Augusta News Augusta Mame Fred Gaspar Flllmg Statlon Manager Scarboro Ma1ne Gerald Hatch COHSITUCIIOH Work W1ll1 mantlc Connectlcut Arthur Hodgkms Lobster F1sherman Han cock Geneva Hodgklns mPrattr Orono Svdney Hodgkms F1sherman Stonmgton Russell K1tL8Fldg6 Unlon Trust Bank Ells worth Alema Lake 4Kal1ochv Teacher Hyannls Massachusetts John Le1ghton Sears Roebuck Portland Roscoe Marshall Hotel Manager Southwest Harbor Wxlllam McGraw Steam Shovel Operator Blue H111 Ordl1n Moon Plumber Ellsworth Hester Pomeroy 1Morey1 Bangor Mame Sarah Russell Teacher Ellsworth Hlgh School Beatrlce Sallsbury 4Grant1 Bangor Marlan Saunders 4Taber1 Boston Massa chusetts Lcu1seSm1th4Butlerl Portland Mame lNorman Smlth Bangor Hydro Electric Company MaCh1aS PVIS Snow tSaunders1 Ellsworth Ruth Stewart rRobb1ns1 Rhode Island Ray Wood Ra1lway Mall Clerk Portland CLASS OF 1935 Albert Behr Behrs Jewelry Store Ells worth Maxme Brenton Ellsworth F ed Campbell Cook New York C1ty New York Vaughn Carllsle Ellsworth Kenneth Clark New England Tel 8z Tel Company MaCh13.S Poland Clark Truck Drlver Ellsworth Velma Clark tAshley1 Northeast Harbor Katherxne Conary tDO111V6Ff Blue Hlll Danlel Crabtree R C A Rad10 Shop Phll adelphla Pennsylvanla W1ll1am Emery Deceased Alton Ford Ellsworth Ellsworth Bullders SUPD13' Richard Foss Gladys Garland lShea1 Ellsworth Falls Ruth Gatchell YCHYIISIEI Deceased Elvm Gllman Insurance Agent South Port land Arlene Gott lW1lburJ Waltham Charles Gott Boston Massachusetts Reld Grlndle Shlpyard Foreman Yar mouth Mame John Guthrle Master Sergeant Fort Bragg North Carolma Edmund Hamllton Bangor Mame Margaret Jordan lKeep1 Ellsworth Ralph Jordan F1sherman Southwest Halbor Althea Kane tWhltmOT6l Waltham Road Isabelle Klncald 4Randall1 West Somer v1lle Massachusetts John Knowlton Executlve OITICG Chlldrens Hospltal Boston Mass Nlary Lord 1Moorev Hampden Mame Kenneth Mace Osborn Melvm Mace Osborn Fay Mattatall Mattatalls Taxl Ellsworth T ll li J IC S T li ll V 1 1 ' I 1 3 ' I ' y . 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I . , v I .1 ' - 1 ' .1 V - TU Edwxn Mllllken Bar Harbor Motor Corn pany Bar Harbor Mxldred Moon 4Jordanv Baagor Marne Wllbur Moon M111 Bucksport Ma1ne Rlchard Moore Massachusetts Albert Morev Tvpewrlter Factory Hartford Connectlcut Parold Parker Beals Oll Company Ells worth hortense Raye 1'VlacDonaldv Ellsworth V1rg1n1a Rlchmond 1RoUersv Ellsworth E lzabeth Shea 1Strattonu Hancock Carmelxta Sm1th 1Maddocksu Southwest Harbor Ma1ne Clfford Sm1th Contractor Ellsworth Evelyn Sm1th 1Karstr Nurse Ellsworth FIHHCIS Sprmger 1Boylen Watervllle Leslle Stratton Bus Drrver Ha cock Leon Tate South Portland Mame Barbara Tlnker lPembroker Margaret Tourtelette Washmgton D C Constance Walker fP1tCh9I'J Ellsworth Ma1ne Allce Watts rClarku Orono Martha Wheelden Bangor Irez Wood lColl1err Ellsworth Martln Wood New England Tel :Sz Te Company Ellsworth CLASS OF' 1940 Jean Adams fOMea1ar Ellsworth E ame Allen 4Strattonl Teacher Ellsworth R chard Anderson Luch1n1s Ellsworth Parry Barney Ruth Blalsdell Dr Rands Offxce Ellsworth Mlldred Brooks fV1nc1v1sk1v Portlan Connect1cut Charles Byrne Lt 1JGl U S N Alaska Robert T Carllshe Surry Grace Conary 1Daw1ck1r Trenton Xfargaret Dav1s 1Long1 Deceased Rlchard Dav1s Navy Yard Klttery Marne Sara Davls 4Shear Ellsworth Eleanor Dwx tal lRUZZ6f1P Watertown Massachusetts Dr George Faulkner Sanford Ma1ne Augusta Foster MD Assistant Dlrector of Cancer and other Chronlc Dlseases for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Narre Gatchell 4Andersonu Ellsworth Falls Charlotte Grmdle 1Frenchu Eastbrook Xflrgmxa Harvey MarJor1e M1lls Program Edlth Hxtchborn State Hospital Of'f1C8 Bangor Charles Hrwms Anderson O11 Company Bangor Wesley Hlgglns Bangor H5dro Electrlc Companv Ellsworth Charles Jordan New England Telephone Sz Telegraph Company Ellsworth Langdon Jordan Waltham Mame R chard Jude Ellsworth Kenneth Karst New Engla d Telephone 85 Telegraph Company Kenneth Klmball Strattons Hardware Ellsworth Paulme Klngman 4Jonesr Ellsworth Paul Koelle Unrverslty of Connect1cut Charles Laffln Laffms Store Ellsworth Dorothy Maddocks 1K1ngr Sallsbury Cove MHIHS Allce Maney 1McFarlaadn Freedom Ma1ne Villbur McKeown 1Deceasedv harry Pearson 4Deceasedr HOIIIS Ramsdell 4Deceasedr Kathleen Remlck tKarstr Ellsworth Stanley RODDIHS Contmental Can Malden Massachusetts La Verne Sallsbury lB1ckfordr Gray Ma1ne Walter Sanborn Beals O11 Co Ellsworth Hester Shackford 1B1OW'll San Franclsco Cal1fo1n1a Lawrence Shea Emmons Shea Contractxng Co Ellsworth Charlotte Sm1th Royal Typewrxter C0 Hartford Connect1cut Henry Sm1th Holden Massachusetts Norman Stratton Farmer Hancock Robert Thrbodeau North Ellsworth Joseph Tufts Teacher Lmcoln Marne Loulse Whlte 1Wh1teu Gullford Ma1ne SYIVIB. 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